Zeboyd Games' duo of charming Xbox Live Indie RPGs will soon be available on Steam for the lowest price yet.
Over the past year, Zeboyd Games brought back the old-school JRPG on Xbox Live Indie Games with two titles called Breath of Death VII: The Beginning and Cthulhu Saves the World. Not only were they charming and fun, but incredibly cheap. Perhaps due to the challenging sales environment of Xbox Live Indie Games, with a little help from its fans Zeboyd Games was able to put together a Steam bundle of both titles for the low, low price of $3.
Not only is the bundle allowing fans to save $1 (that's right, $1) off of the price of buying both titles on XBLIG, but the developer has pumped up both games with PC enhancements. Breath of Death VII on Steam features save anywhere functionality, an easy mode, and new customization options. Call of Cthulhu has been beefed up considerably more.
Zeboyd calls the Steam version of its Cthulhu RPG Cthulhu Saves the World: Super Hyper Enhanced Championship Edition Alpha Diamond DX Plus Alpha FES HD - Premium Enhanced Game of the Year Collector's Edition (without Avatars!). I'm pretty sure that title is a joke. It adds a director's commentary mode, unlockable character bromides (art?), rebalanced gameplay, an Insanity difficulty mode, a "super-hard" bonus dungeon, and the Cthulhu's Angels mode. Cthulhu's Angels features Cthulhu talking female characters such as Molly the Were-Zompire and Elonalina the Generic Healer into saving the world for him with new dialogue, abilities, music, characters, and more.
And it's all only $3. I'm just saying, Zeboyd, you could have made it $5 and people probably would have still gone for it. The Cthulhu Saves the World and Breath of Death VII bundle will hit Steam on July 13. If you already own Cthulhu Saves the World for Xbox 360, all of the game's PC updates are coming in a future patch. Go old-school!