Friday, 29 June 2012 16:41
Games - Games
|← Worms Revolution Developer Diary||Agent 47 Claims Another Victim →|
The indie game Joe Danger, originally released on the PlayStation Network, has just popped up on the Steam registry. It was later released on XBLA.
While nothing's official, there's good reason to believe that the side-scroller will finally be released on the PC. The game's developer Sean Murray had previously referred to XBLA as a "slaughterhouse for small developers" because of stiff competition with other indie titles. Hopefully the game will fare as well on Steam as it did on PSN.
A version for iOS and Android devices has also been confirmed to be in development. The team at Hello Games says that they plan to develop a new game for the devices instead of doing a 1-to-1 port of the console version. It remains to be seen whether the Steam version of Joe Danger happens to be the new version they're working on, or a port of the console version.
Expect a proper announcement in the near future.
Source: GameranxQuote this article on your site
To create link towards this article on your website,
copy and paste the text below in your page.
The indie game Joe Danger, originally released on the PlayStation Network, has just popped up on the Steam registry. It was later released on XBLA. While nothing's official, there's...
© 2013 - Screen Rave
|< Previous||Next >|
- Black Ops 2 Nuketown 2025 Officially Confirmed, Details Revealed
- GOG Summer Sale Day 12
- Ni no Kuni Wizard's Edition Details
- L4D2 DLC Cold Stream Gets a Release Date
- Worms Revolution Developer Diary
- Agent 47 Claims Another Victim
- GOG Summer Sale Day 11
- Mass Effect 3's FemShep Gets the Anime Treatment by Kotobukiya
- The Last of Us Exclusive Footage to be Unveiled at Comic Con
- Pokemon Black 2 Sells More Copies Than White 2