With Noby Noby Boy making its small yet stretchy debut tomorrow on the PlayStation Network, creator Keita Takahashi talks about the quirky little game's update potential.
In an interview with Eurogamer, Namco Bandai's Keita Takahashi reveals that downloadable content is already in the works for his new PlayStation Network title, Noby Noby Boy, with a major update in store "approximately two months after the release". While Takaashi didn't reveal details on the first update, which we'll assume contains more levels to stretch your Noby Noby Boy around or maybe bigger frogs, he did basically beg people to play his game so he can keep working on it.
"Without having a lot of people playing the game, I don't think that the decison-makers at the company will allow another update," he said. "So I want many people to play the game. Please allow me to keep updating the game!"
You heard the man! He can't make more frogs if you don't love the frogs he gives you.
Noby Noby Boy to get DLC soon News [Eurogamer]