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Posts tagged “Joe Danger 2: The Movie”

Humble Bundle X Offers 6 Games Wot Are Quite Good

It's almost hard to believe there was a time when we weren't being constantly bombarded with cheap games, but it's true. When I was a lad, I had to save up for two months, walk miles through snow to the nearest PC World, and turn my coins over for a game that probably wouldn't even work. Now every hobo with a bindle is buying bundles…

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Ducati Of The Dead: Joe Danger’s Undead Movie Pack

Is this some sort of joke? What the hell are they playing at? Halloween was last year. What's to be gained from releasing a Halloween-themed game now, in this, the year of Luigi? Might as well put out a London Olympics update, Hello Games, if that is indeed your real name. The Undead Movie Pack is the first DLC for comedy bike/harrowing personal injury escapade…

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GI Joe Danger: Hello Games’ Team Fortress 2 Crossover

Much like JLS, the cast of Team Fortress 2 will put their faces anywhere. Though unlike JLS, they've yet to put them on the front of a box of Johnnies.* This time they're showing up in the long-awaited, far too long in happening PC versions of lovely Hello Games' lovely Joe Danger games. Tiny cutesy Heavy on a motorbike! Aww! Hello claim they initially only…

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Joe Danger 1 & 2 Leap Chasm To PC On June 24th

Splendid side-scrolling stuntman game Joe Danger's two episodes will arrive on PC for June 24th. Hello Games send word that they'll be enjoying a Steam release on that date, and also teasingly add: "We're actually having to rush pretty hard to finish it because we keep adding new stuff. I've talked about sharing levels over Steam Workshop, Big Picture support and mouse and keyboard controls,…

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Hello Games Announces Joe Danger For PC

Guildford-based developers Hello Games have spent the past few years crafting the delightful Joe Danger, but only for those console things. Now, though, they're bringing their colourful stuntman to PC, and they're promising a PC version with shiny knobs on. We spoke to Hello's Sean Murray to find out more.

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