Magus Arrives on February 25

By Chris Dahlberg

Published on Sunday, February 9, 2014

Magus, the action adventure co-developed by Aksys Games and Black Tower Games, will be out on PS3 on February 25th. The game is available to pre-order now and will cost $29.99. I’m still not really sold on the overall art style based on the website and teaser trailer below, but if the game does play well this may be something I can overlook. We’ll have to see as the release date moves closer, but hopefully Magus ends up being a pleasant surprise rather than a completely forgettable title.

February 6, 2014 Torrance, CA – Magus, the third-person action-adventure PlayStation®3 entertainment system game, is now available for pre-order for $29.99 and will be arriving on February 25 in North America! The official Magus website has been updated to include a media gallery to show off some of the game features such as special magical attacks!

Pre-Order It Today!

Magus has been imprisoned and tortured for years until one day a mysterious woman named Kinna helps him break free. Telling him that he is a god, she convinces him to embark on a perilous journey to fulfill his destiny and use his unique skills to defeat his enemies. But with two powerful kingdoms vying to control the land and their eyes set on Magus’ powers, how will he overcome the odds to become the god he was meant to be?


-A God with the Power of Chromatic Arcana
Players will control Magus as he uses his abilities to defeat his enemies. Kinna aids him in his quest, using her skills as a warrior to help him overcome the many obstacles that stand in the way.

-Powerful Spells – Magus can absorb three types of colored stones – blue, red, and green. Each of these colors give him the ability to unleash powerful magic including raising the dead, deadly fireballs, and more.

-Become Unstoppable – Each of Magus’ abilities can accrue in strength and power as he defeats more enemies. He can become the master of one type of magic, or a master of all three.

-Challenging Gameplay – Players who are up to the challenge can increase the difficulty setting in real time. You will need to use everything in Magus’ arsenal in order to prevail over the vast array of enemies before him.


Magus is rated Teen (T) by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board. For more information, please visit

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