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It’s easy to lose sight of the next Shantae game with all the hoopla over the next, next one, but developer Wayforward is here to remind us (with a trailer, no less) that Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is still very much a thing.
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! allows up to four players to step into the booties of their favourite characters, taking on 100 randomly-generated dungeon levels filled with monsters, treasures and all sorts of Gauntlet-style coolness. It would be the perfect online multiplayer dungeon crawl — if it had online multiplayer.
For many, DuckTales is a beloved game — and I imagine that the mere idea of messing with it isn’t an appealing one. But after a chat at E3 with Matt Bozon, creative director at WayForward, and Austin Ivansmith, director, it seems that many of the changes in the remastered version of DuckTales are things that fans can look forward to.
Oh, joy joy joy! WayForward and D3Publishers are teaming up with Adventure Time writer Pen Ward again for a second Adventure Time game, the companies announced today in a press release. That image here of Finn? That pretty much explains how I feel about this. (Minus the punchiness.)