In case you have yet to spot the title on digital distributions, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is #outnow. What are you waiting for?
Anticipated #remake The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth arrived on Steam (with” Overwhelmingly Positive” reviews) and the North American PlayStation network today, so you can grab it for Linux, Mac, PC, PS4 and Vita for $15 – or free for PlayStation Plus members.
In a poop-joke laden press release, publisher Nicalis said the new version contains over 160 new unlockables as well as new bosses, levels, endings, characters and secrets; a new soundtrack; and an engine that runs at 60 frames per second.
Perhaps most importantly, it has local co-op play, which looks pretty sweet.
Check below is the feature list, edited only slightly for over-enthusiasm:
- Over 500 hours of gameplay
- 4 billion Seeded runs
- 20 Challenge runs
- 450+ items, including 160 new unlockables
- Uber secrets
- 10 Playable Characters
- 100+ enemies with new designs
- Over 50 bosses, including tons of new and rare bosses
- Rooms FULL OF POOP
- Mystic Runes
- Upgradeable shops
- Integrated controller support for popular control pads
- Analog directional movement and speed
- Tons of feature film quality animated endings
- Poop physics
- Over 100 specialized seeds
- 2-Player local co-op
- Over 100 co-op characters
- Dynamic lighting, visual effects, and art direction
- Did we mention poop?
- All-new game engine @60FPS 24/7
- All-new soundtrack and sound design
- Multiple Save slots
- The ultimate roguelike
- A bunch of achievements