I have long been attracted to rogue-like adventures because they often give me a plentiful level of replay value or have surprising multiplayer elements. Death Road to Canada most certainly fits that mold, but still retains its originality while using a grand list of parody material that pulls from video game lore and super-hero fanaticism.
Death Road to Canada
Today, Rocketcat Games, Madgarden, and Ukiyo Publishing finally released Death Road to Canada, an Oregon Trail inspired zombie survival game, on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. To celebrate, a launch trailer was released for the game, showcasing what players can expect from the title. Death Road to Canada was originally poised to release on consoles
Being announced around a month ago, Death Road To Canada‘s trailer for its Nintendo Switch debut has now arrived. The title was also announced to be on the PS4 and Xbox prior to the trailer’s release. All three consoles to receive the game currently have a release date slated for April. Death Road To Canada was
Death Road to Canada, a co-op Oregon Trail-inspired roguelike zombie game, made waves when it first released on PC in July of 2016. It had since made its way to iOS, but many were still eagerly awaiting console versions of the game. Those of you waiting won’t have to do so for much longer, as UKIYO