Monkey King Saga now available on Xbox One
Last week’s E3 conference saw announcements for many exciting, major game releases, like remastered versions of Skyrim and Fallout 4 along with the introductions of Tekken 7, Resident Evil 7, and many others. However, even some lesser known games and developers had their time to shine. One of these smaller titles is T-Rex Games’ Monkey King Saga, now available on Xbox One.
Monkey King Saga is a top-down tower defense game with unique character and gameplay design. The game is inspired by the classic Chinese novel, Journey to the West. The saga of the Monkey King has over the many years been the source of inspiration for popular TV series, like Monkey Magic and Dragon Ball Z.
“Defend your master in epic battles, evolve your heroes, and turn monsters into allies as you journey through mythical China! The unlikeliest of heroes join forces to help their monk fulfill his journey across perilous lands set in the world of “Journey to the West”. Recover the sacred scrolls and bring peace to the kingdom in this action-packed, innovative, ‘twist’ on the classic tower-defense game! Now you have complete control of god-like heroes that are free moving within the environments, and bring new strategies and awesome powers to the action,” says the official game description from the Xbox Store.
Monkey King Saga was originally available in China, with players from this country the only one who were able to it. But now, Shanghai-based developer T-Rex Games is finally releasing the game globally.
If you want to purchase Monkey King Saga, it is now available in the Xbox Store for $9.99.
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