That Gaming Site writes: "MDK2 WiiWare approved, currently waiting for release. MDK2 HD still in development."
mdk2 is such an awesome game. still have it and play it on my dreamcast. i had no idea they were putting together an hd remake or even wiiware for that matter. pretty stoked to hear that.
Even back then Bioware was making kick ass games. MDK2 is an amazing game. Can't wait to see the HD remake (please up character poly counts!). MDK3?
mdk is made by interplay just so you know!
mdk2 was made by bioware
MDK was made by Interplay via their Shiny studio. MDK2 was made by BioWare but still published by Interplay (I assume they had some sort of a development role as well as do most publisher/developer relations). Coincidently, Beamdog was started by ex BioWare devs, specifically the cofounder/MDK2 team! The ex MDK team from Shiny founded a studio called Planet Moon but they've been going through some major layoffs recently. :(
Damn, i never heard of that game.
MDK2 FTW. Damn I need to scavenge for my copy of that game, hope its around somewhere.
Its really a crazy game. Using the slow mo code with Max, the dog, and his 4 guns is awesome.
Also interplay has many games in the works keep checking interplays site for future details... http://www.interplay.com/ga...
I wish they would upload the first one to PSN. It's one of like 5 games that would quell my classics list.
If I remember correctly MDK2 was one of the first games to successfully combine full 360 aiming and moving, allowing you to aim(with the analog) and move(with the control pad) at the same time. Also just wanted to say the music and sound effects are amazing in this game. MDK3 please!!!!!
I hope for MDK3 after HD remake....
The original mdk was better then the second mdk so if there ever is a mdk 3 i want the original team behind it even if bioware have hire them & i want them to go back when original roots before mdk 2 time to go back to basics & keep the cartoon shit out of it that mdk 2 added & ruined it!
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