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Guacamelee! Dev Talks Ease of Going Multiplatform, Looking Forward to Working With Xbox Again

Guacamelee!: Super Turbo Championship Edition is betweeen this month's Games With Gold for Xbox One and designer Chris McQuinn gave more insight on how it is to work on many platform, also stating that he's looking forward to work with Xbox again.

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nicksetzer12200d ago

Good to hear, hopefully more indies will tKe the multiplat route. Makes their games more accessible.

user14394142200d ago

Yes multiplat is the future :)

GodGinrai2200d ago

This game is free from the 16th-30th of july, on XBLG, if im correct. :)

Revolt132200d ago

Its free now :)
Since July 2

GodGinrai2200d ago

Snap! I thought it was the 16th, so I didnt even bother to check! thanks dude! looks like I get to play this tonight!

ape0072200d ago

working with xbox is a necessity, it sold 5 million consoles so far which is phenomenal

TFJWM2200d ago (Edited 2200d ago )

working with ps4 is a necessity, it sold 9+ million consoles so far which is phenomenal

OT: It's good that xbox is getting these indies more games is better for everyone

poor_cus_of_games2200d ago

I don't know why you are getting disagrees for stating a fact.

ThatOneRiggaNob2200d ago

This is good news. Won't be long until someone enters the comments saying that MS paid them to say this or some other type of dirt.

lelo2200d ago (Edited 2200d ago )

"Guacamelee! Dev Talks Ease of Going Multiplatform, Looking Forward to Working With Xbox Again"

Smart move. A 3rd party developer that only make exclusives for one console are pretty stupid. They fail to realise that only benefits the console maker, not them.

The only way a 3rd party should develop a exclusive is if it's Sony/Microsoft/Nintendo that's paying for the entire development of the game.

iamnsuperman2200d ago

"A 3rd party developer that only make exclusives for one console are pretty stupid. They fail to realise that only benefits the console maker, not them."

Depends on the financial stability of the developer. A big thing right now is to fund smaller games (usually indies) and that gives them a bit of security (which is vital for a model that has exploded in popularity). Being a non exclusive third party is ideal but for the smaller developers this isn't feasible (especially immediately or if you have no notoriety) due to the amount of staff or small funds

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