It is official, ladies and gentlemen! Rivals of Aether: Definitive Edition is now available for both the Nintendo Switch and PC. However, that’s not all that has arrived! Caesar, the adorable canine from Wargroove has showed up alongside the game.

So what is Rivals of Aether? And what is Wargroove? Rivals of Aether hit our shelves back in 2017 on Microsoft Windows and Xbox One. The game itself is an indie fighter, where civilisations at war use the power of the elements on the battlefield. It also boasts both a story mode and a competitive versus mode.

Wargroove is a turn-based tactics game that got its initial release on Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox one in February of 2019, with a Playstation 4 release hitting in July of the same year. As Queen Mercia, travel through new lands to save her kingdom and meet new companions along the way. Wargroove also boasts both campaign mode and multiplayer, in which up to 4 people can play together.

Now for the most important part. Who is Caesar? Caesar is a truly gorgeous, majestic, magnificent Great Pyrenees,and is also the youngest ever Cherrystone commander! So yes, ladies and gentlemen, Caesar is a very good boy. He comes from a litter of three, and was born on the summer solstice. How cute is that?! If that’s not reason enough for you to go out and buy this game, I don’t know what is. Go play with the best little boy.

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