PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Studio MDHR
Content Rating: Everyone
Cuphead and Mugman rolled the dice and lost to the Devil. Now they have to repay their debt by doing his bidding! In two player local co-op mode, play as Cuphead and Mugman together to take down these hooligans! Master multiple weapons and defensive abilities with precision controls against furious adversaries! Pilot Cuphead's blazing fighter plane in fast action shoot 'em up stages! Test your skills against giant, fully animated bosses ready to push your dexterity to the limit! Travel across the world of Cuphead, gaining powers, defeating opponents, and saving the land!
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- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E8400, 3.0GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000 , 3.0GHz or higher
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Geforce 9600 GT or AMD HD 3870 512MB or higher
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 20 GB available space
Downloadable Contents (DLC)
Gamer Reviews42595 Reviews
art is beautiful, gameplay is fast and fun, story is simple but in the same old cartoony way that the game is actually animated
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Critic Reviews25 Reviews
Cuphead’s deal with the devil eventually leads to hell, and so perhaps it’s fitting the conclusion should be so torturous. Though, honestly, even the residual headache has been soothed by the sweet, sweet salve of victory. When I think of my time with Cuphead, instead of frustration I’ll remember the dozens of tiny breakthroughs, when the impossible became possible, and a game that built an identity around difficulty helped me to feel, however briefly, undefeatable.
Cuphead is a singular experience. Studio MDHR knew what it wanted to make, then went ahead and made it. A tough boss-rush game based on classic animation archetypes? It shouldn’t work, but here we are. It’s fun to play, and possibly even as satisfying to watch, since you can fully absorb what’s going on screen. It would have been easy to dial down the overall difficulty (and I wouldn’t have complained), but that wouldn’t have been Cuphead, either. Stick with it, is all I can say. We don't often get something that will make you laugh and grind your teeth in such close proximity.