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Journey to the Savage Planet Sequel Could Be in the Works

Rumors are current swirling that a sequel to the popular 2020 Metroidvania Journey to the Savage Planet may currently be in development.

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gamerant.com
cthulhucultist31d ago

I really liked that game! Switch port was solid and very fun and the fictional ads as sensational (Youtube link below to see them)

https://www.youtube.com/wat...

Typhoon Studios was acquired by Google and I was worried that we will never see a sequel, but its seems that the IP was not part of the acquisition

shinoff218330d ago

1st one seemed alright. I wasn't a huge fan of the first person view but it was straight(hope I'm thinking of the right game). I'd check out a sequel

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PlayStation Now games for April: Outer Wilds, WRC 10, Journey to the Savage Planet

"Solve a galactic anomaly, tear up the racetrack, catalog alien fauna and play eco-warrior with April’s PlayStation Now lineup. Choose to tackle the Outer Wilds, drive your way to glory in WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship, survive your Journey to the Savage Planet, or protect your lands in Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood from tomorrow, April 5, when the titles join PlayStation Now."

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blog.playstation.com
yeahokwhatever810d ago

sweet. wrc is an excellent game.

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Life after Stadia: Raccoon Logic picks up where Typhoon Studios left off

Reid Schneider on "round two" for Journey To The Savage Planet team and why internet giants struggle to get into games.

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gamesindustry.biz
melons1045d ago

If I were them I would keep Alex Hutchinson faaaaaar away from any kind of public forum.

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Journey to the Savage Planet Belongs to Racoon Logic - a New Studio With Big Plans

PP: Racoon Logic, a new but old development studio, has taken ownership of the rights to Journey to the Savage Planet, and that announcement is coming as part of the studio's first press release announcing the outfit's formation.

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pureplaystation.com
Fist4achin1045d ago

This was a fun game. Great story too.