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Submitted by ThomasBW84 819d ago | interview

Developer Interview: Bertil Hörberg On Being a One Man eShop Developer

It's well known that Nintendo made errors with its Wii and DSi download stores that led to controversy, whether the issues were related to technical limitations or punishing publication terms. In any case, and in the face of additional increasing and varied competition from the smartphone and tablet industry, Nintendo has been delivering a turnaround with the 3DS eShop and — if reasonably positive early days are an indication — on the Wii U eShop. Improvement is still possible and needed, of course, but the 3DS platform in particular is showing signs of developing strength.

Following his recent revelations that Gunman Clive has sold more 3DS eShop copies in a month than the iOS equivalent in over eight months, Nintendo Life caught up with Gunman Clive developer Bertil Hörberg to discuss the game and its move to the handheld. (3DS, Dev, Gunman Clive, Industry, Nintendo)

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