The package includes the full game of Guacamelee; two pieces of DLC, the Costume Pack and El Diablo's Domain; three PlayStation Network themes and 10 PSN avatars; and the remastered version of the game's soundtrack. Purchased separately, the included content would add up to $32. DrinkBox told Polygon that it only left out "a few of the less popular avatars."
The Bundle Fantástico supports Sony's cross-buy program, so the copy of Guacamelee within is playable on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. DrinkBox is reportedly working on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Guacamelee that will be released in 2014.
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