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Naughty hack-and-slash RPG ‘Nobody Saves the World’ is available now

After being pushed back from his, Drinkbox Studios' playful form-shifting RPG is finally available on Xbox and PC.

From the creators of and , No one saves the world is crammed with Drinkbox's distinctive self-conscious humor and vibrant art style, while honoring classic 90s RPGs. Inspired by the Final Fantasy Tactics Job system, the game's titular hero Nobody can switch shapes to 18 different off-kilter shapes, including an egg, a snail, and even a bodybuilder to complete quests and clear out dungeons.

The game's upper world and top-down aesthetics will be immediately familiar to fans of other classics such as. Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Drinkbox also has new twists on the genre with smart level designs and whimsical battles that include moves like the magician's confetti bomb. But the fun really gets bigger when you get the ability to shuffle and match attacks between shapes, unlocking more than a hundred combinations to help send enemies.

If the game's beautiful 2D sprites were not enough to catch your attention, No one saves the world also includes a soundtrack from composer Jim Guthrie, whose music has been featured in titles such as Superbother: Sword & Sworcery, Indie Games: The Movie, and other.

No one saves the world is available now on Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X and PC (Steam) for $ 25, or via subscription as part of the Xbox Games Pass on Xbox consoles, Windows PCs and Xbox Cloud streaming.

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