Submitted by dotarray 1323d ago | interview

Interview: Bruce Thomson + Nic Watt, Nnooo

Player Attack: If you wanted to know a little more about how Aussie developers Nnooo managed to become the only self-published Australian developer creating games for Vita, here's your chance. We caught up with Nic and Bruce from Nnooo late last year at GCAP, and chatted all about the company's three major games: Pop, Spirit Hunters, Inc and - of course - escapeVektor. At the time, the company had only just started chatting to Sony about the development deal, instead seeming to pin their hopes on the 3DS version of escapeVektor which was also announced this week. How times change! (3DS, escapeVektor, iPad, iPhone, Nic Watt, Nnooo, PC, Pop, PS Vita, Spirit Hunters Inc., Wii)

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