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Hades is coming to Netflix

Artwork for Hades with a muscular man in ancient Greek clothing with a crown of red, yellow, and orange laurels and a massive red sword hanging over his right shoulder.
Image: Supergiant Games

Oh damn: Netflix is bringing Hades to its gaming service in 2024.

We’ve known Netflix is serious about its gaming library. Ever since it added the Oxenfree series and, arguably, going all the way back to Hextech Mayhem, Netflix has shown its gaming offerings weren’t going to be just silly, time-wasting waiting room games but solid mobile versions of indie games with name recognition, including the announcement of Braid earlier this week. Never has that idea been more expressed than in this latest announcement that Supergiant Games’ Hades will debut exclusively on mobile via Netflix.

Hades is an isometric dungeon crawler roguelike in which you play the seriously hot Zagreus, prince of Tartarus and son of Hades, as he tries to escape his…

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