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Submitted by Wiiloveit 953d ago | interview

Wiiloveit.com: Interview - Two Tribes

"Without even having come to a close, 2012 has been one exciting year for Two Tribes. The team has been hard at work shaping the forthcoming follow-up to the game that launched their company to success as an independent game developer. At the mention of a sequel, gameplay enhancements are some of the first highlights, but Two Tribes is commendably moving in a direction that would suggest an air of innovation in their decided pulling back on what made the original tick, supplementing this through an articulation of new mechanics and world exploration. Here to discuss the ins and outs surrounding the return of their beloved IP is company co-founder Collin van Ginkel." -- Wiiloveit.com (PC, Toki Tori 2, Two Tribes, Wii U)

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