The Deadly Tower of Monsters launches January 19

Meet actors Jonathan Digby, Stacy Sharp, and The Robot.

The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The Deadly Tower of Monsters will launch for PlayStation 4 and PC on January 19, 2016, publisher Atlus and developer ACE Team announced. It will cost $14.99.

In a press release, Atlus introduced the “actors” behind the B-movie-esque action-based adventure game, which sees players marooned on the desolate planet Gravoria, where a trio of adventurers’ only method of escape lies at the top of a tower filled with monsters.

Starring Jonathan Digby as Dick Starspeed

Actor Jonathan Digby is going to have a breakout performance with The Deadly Tower of Monsters. He plays the charismatic leader Dick Starspeed, the leader of our trio of intrepid space adventurers. Dick crash-lands his spaceship onto Gravoria, and must use his strength, intellgence, and experience as a spaceman to keep his crew alive. He’ll utilize his atomic dash and landmines when facing Lizard-Men, Robot Apes, and other dastardly monsters.

Starring Stacy Sharp as Scarlet Nova

The beautiful and talented Stacy Sharp takes on the role of the no-nonsense Scarlet Nova. She is the daughter of the evil emperor, and saves Dick from certain peril early in the game. From there, she uses such powers as the Scarlet Sprint and Energy Barrier to help the team ascend the tower. Dick likes to think he is the leader, but it sure seems like Scarlet knows what she’s doing.

Starring The Robot as Robot

Last but not least, Robot is played by the talented… actually I forgot the actor’s name because we usually just called him The Robot. Anyway, Robot is Dick’s loyal sidekick, but gets separated from him during their crash-landing. Once he’s found, Robot can use its futuristic Time Warp and Chain Lightning to help even the odds.

Watch a new trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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