After being rejected from the console almost three years ago, indie roguelike The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth finally has a North American release date of July 23rd of the New 3DS.
It was confirmed in a tweet from publisher Nicalis, which also had a screenshot attached showing off what each screen will be used for.
The top screen will show the main action, while the bottom screen will be used as a map and to keep track of your inventory, time taken, and so on.
The game sees you playing as Isaac, a small child who has to fight horrifying monsters in his basement after he runs down there to escape his mother.
There's no word on a European release yet, but if Nicalis' track record for forgetting the territory is anything to go by, you maybe shouldn't hold your breath.
North American New 3DS owners, however, can look forward to finding the game on the eShop on July 23rd.
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