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Full Mojo Rampage revealed, currently set for PC release

3:30 PM on 02.01.2013 // Chris Carter

May come to other platforms, including Wii U

Over The Top Games are no stranger to Nintendo platforms. They brought over their super successful game NyxQuest to WiiWare (that was later ported to iOS), which received a number of accolades across the gaming community.

Their newest game, Full Mojo Rampage was just announced, and it may see another Nintendo release in the form of a Wii U eShop version, among other potential platforms.

The game itself is an isometric-style action-RPG with four-player co-op and eight-player competitive multiplayer that's currently set for a PC-only release. I think the premise sounds pretty damn rad.

I'm really loving how much easier Nintendo has made the digital process for indie developers. They've gone above and beyond anything Microsoft and Sony have done in the past in the sense that they've essentially created a laissez-faire style approach.

[Full Mojo Rampage.com via Nintendo Life]


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