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21. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 01:54 GMT
@heroofwaffles They have mentioned something about putting The Binding of Issac on 3DS, its all up to NoA to rate it and set up a deal. I have heard that its "out there", so it might get a Mature rating? I have a Japanese 3DS, so I don't think it'd be able to get it anyway. These kinds of games sometimes don't show up in Japan.
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22. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 01:59 GMT
I know Team Meat thought about putting SMB on the eShop before, but they decide not to go through with it. Was there a reason why? I'd love to have that game on the go. I really wish they would.
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23. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 02:02 GMT
I remember saying they wanted to work on something new and not meatboy related.
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24. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 04:01 GMT
Based on his quote, I can't help but wonder if he may have actually been referring to 3DS game cards. Right now, the typical 3DS card is 2GB (although some are 4GB) and he never actually says anything about the eShop, at least not in his quotes. The article seem to make the assumption that he is referring to the eShop, but I'm not sure. It would be nice to have the full interview to pull more information from.
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25. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 04:12 GMT
Ok, then give us Super Meat Boy on the eShop, Team Meat. PLEASE![/quoteNot happening, Its exclusive to Mircosoft.
Ok, then give us Super Meat Boy on the eShop, Team Meat. PLEASE![/quote
Not happening, Its exclusive to Mircosoft.
Oh my god, that's hilarious. For a second there I thought you actually thought SMB was exclusive to Microsoft XD
26. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 13:13 GMT
Team Meat should maybe consider sticking to the confidentiality agreements they signed, and also maybe getting their figures correct.
Personally I don't imagine there are any games that require 2GB+ and by require I mean to essentially remain the same game minus unnecessary bulky files such as FMV and audio. Chip tunes and sprite cutscenes ftw...
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27. Posted: Mon 27th Feb 2012 23:08 GMT
According to Team Meat's Twitter, they never claimed that the eShop limit is 2 GB.http://twitter.com/SuperMeatBoy/status/174252959440437248
Original Quote on size restrictions: "...or if they do they are reasonable restrictions (40MB is horrible....2GB is reasonable)."
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Edited on Mon 27th February, 2012 @ 23:08 by Swiket
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28. Posted: Tue 28th Feb 2012 03:27 GMT
Well, from ImDiggerDan's reaction I can jump to the conclusion that the size limit is under or above the 2GB mark. Now, let's go tell everyone that ImDiggerDan confirmed it!
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29. Posted: Fri 15th Jun 2012 03:30 BST
It would be nice if Super Meat Boy: The Game is brought to the eShopeven though that's kind of a stretch. On the Team Meat blog post it said "for iOS (and more!)" although they probably meant Android.