The rather sexy looking Code Of The Princess has recently launched on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Game-Modo caught up with Nakajima the producer over at Agatsuma entertainment to get an insight into the game and whats coming next.
Velocity, a PlayStation mini – has been remade for the PS Vita as Velocity Ultra. The game is now available in Europe, and those of us in the US are waiting for our shot. Game-Modo spoke with James Marsden, Managing Director at Futurlab, to learn more about the game.
Guacamelee, for those who haven’t heard of the game, is an upcoming “Metroidvania brawler” for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. We recently asked Chris McQuinn at Drinkbox Studios a few questions about this stunning game.
Cosmic Highway is a Wii U game currently in development for the Nintendo eShop. We spoke with Monty Goulet of Maestro Interactive Games to learn more about the upcoming release.
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken has been available for PlayStation 3 and Steam, and is now available on PS Vita! Game-Modo spoke with Sandra Pondaag, director from Ratloop Asia, to find out if this version of Rocketbirds is of a different feather or if they flock together.
Toki Tori was one of my all time favourite games on the GameBoy Colour and when I found out Two Tribes would be bringing a sequel out on the Wii U I was more than a little bit excited. Check out Game-Modo’s chat with Collin van Ginkel from Two Tribes on Toki Tori 2 and other interesting news.
We’re continuing with our focus on Creat Studios with a developer spotlight. For those that aren’t aware, Creat Studios has over 20 games on the PlayStation Network! They have also developed games for Xbox, Nintendo, and PC.
With some questions in mind about Labyrinth Legends, I decided to venture my way into the dungeons to find Scott Hyman, VP of Development, to inquire about Creat Studios’ upcoming PlayStation Network release.
Game-Modo (G-M) caught up with Mikael Haveri (MH), marketing manager for Frozenbyte and asked a whole host of questions regarding Trine 2 the on the Wii U. Check out how this version of Trine 2 is shaping up to be the ultimate version, why indie developers love the Wii U and whole shedload of killer information in the interview below.
We spoke with Andreas Wangler, level designer on Pid, to get a better grasp on this puzzle platformer. Pid is now available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and soon for PC.