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Submitted by Jamiex66 755d ago | interview

DrinkBox Studios Interview: ‘Guacamelee’, PSVita, Retail Games & More

Analog Addiction writes: "One of my most anticipated games this year is Guacamelee, developed by Drinkbox Studios the team behind the amazing Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack for the PlayStation Vita. Guacamelee is their latest 2D metro-vania styled platformer will be coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita, in just two weeks time. Launching April 9 in North America and April 10 for European and Australian audiences.

With the games launch just around the corner I was lucky enough to speak DrinkBox Studios Game Designer, Chris Mcquinn. In this interview we get some more information on the plot of Guacamelee, what it’s like to develop for the PSVita, the companies future and the best way to describe Guacamelee." (Dev, DrinkBox Studios, Guacamelee, Industry, PS Vita, PS3)

profgerbik  +   754d ago
So close I can almost taste it.
xursz  +   754d ago
Have a tortilla chip..

**throws flying uppercut*

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