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Blur devs aren't ruling out a handheld release

May 07 // Brad Nicholson

Blur developers Bizarre Creations aren't ruling out a possible handheld release of their racing game. In a recent interview with VG247, lead designer Gareth Wilson kept the possibility of such a thing open. But he also made it clear that Bizarre would probably get another developer to handle the title's theoretical handheld release.

"Not right now," he said. "But maybe in the future. And to be honest, handheld is not something that we would do anyway."

"It is something that we would get someone else to do. Just license out the rights to the game. We're not really set up for handheld development here."

Blur on handhelds? Hell, we've barely even played it on consoles. We'll have to get much more familiar with that before we get too pumped about the possibility -- even if it would be nice to have that grown-up kind of Mario Kart game to play while sitting by that smelly dude on train. You know, the dude that smells like urine? That guy.

Interview: Bizarre Creations’ Gareth Wilson on Blur [VG247, via MTV Multiplayer]


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