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Submitted by ltachiUchiha 482d ago | interview

Gunman Clive Creator Talks Nintendo eShop Sales And Vita Development

By Ishaan

Gunman Clive creator Bertil Hörberg is hard at work on his next game, which happens to be inspired by The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Meanwhile, his last game, Gunman Clive, was published in Japan this past week by Circle Entertainment.

When Siliconera spoke to Circle about publishing on the Japanese Nintendo Shop, we also had the opportunity to ask Hörberg a few quick questions regarding Gunman Clive and his future activities. Read on for his answers. (3DS, Bertil Hörberg, Dev, Gunman Clive, PS Vita)

bullymangLer  +   482d ago
Word of advice to all. Do not watch the trailer to this game, for it contains heavy spoilers.

just get Gunman Clive and enjoy!!
byeGollum  +   482d ago
One of the Unique titles on eshop. .

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