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Submitted by ShadowPraxis 1481d ago | preview

PAX East 2011: BattleBlock Theater - Hands-On Preview (Crush! Frag! Destroy!)

CFD!'s Rob Rich got to spend a little time with the next project from Castle Crashers devs, The Behemoth:

"The Behemoth is one of the few developers I can think of with such a strong focus on cooperative games. Sure, the original Alien Hominid was a single player affair, but from then on it seemed as though they were dead-set on creating games that were best played with friends. BattleBlock Theater certainly doesn’t buck that trend, but it’s also quite possibly their best effort to date." (BattleBlock Theater, Xbox 360)

RobsteinOne  +   1481d ago
Chances are good that BattleBlock Theater will totally eclipse The Behemoth's other popular titles when it comes out.
Giantsquirrel  +   1481d ago
Didn't Castle Crashers take a thousand years to come out?
ShadowPraxis  +   1481d ago
To be fair, this was first announced like, two years ago. So we're partway there already.

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