Ghosts ‘n Goblins Online Revealed – Free-To-Play Action Side-Scrolling RPG – First Trailers

Ghosts n Goblins Online

Capcom has just revealed Ghosts ‘n Goblins Online; a a free-to-play and action RPG with a side-scrolling platform that promises to offer much more gorgeous visual graphics than the previous versions, with the variety of splendid attack skills, an expanded moving range in every direction, and all the redesigned and newly created monsters in 3D environment.

Here are the key features for this title:

A Journey to Rescue the princess
Once upon a time when the dark and the light share the world, one day the princess of Sern Kingdom gets kidnapped by a satanic demon called Red Arima….
And your journey begins to rescue the princess, and humorous and mysterious stories are on the way.

Stunning Action
GHOSTS’N GOBLINS ONLINE offers an extremely instant response time and various visual effects of attack-skills on the push of attack button.

Co-Op Gameplay
Party-up with friends to explore uniquely designed dungeons and secret levels, and socialize in towns!

Do you miss the extreme difficulty of the original Ghosts ‘n Goblins?
We recommend you to try stages in the Demonic Dimension!
Just like the original title, just one hit by a monster makes you almost naked and unarmored, just underwear,
but you can still fight until the second hit which takes your life away.
Playing in the Demonic Dimension will give you the same exciting and thrilling challenges of the past.

Skill-Based PVP Combat
With all the new skills that you have not seen in the original Ghosts ‘n Goblins,
you can battle with your friends in matches of up to 6 players at a time (3vs3 or 1vs1 available).

Community Support
Constant updates in more items and dungeons as the world expands,
and special events led by GM Livestream play sessions!

Those interested can vote for it on Steam Greenlight.

Capcom has also released the first two trailers for it that can be viewed below.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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