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Joe Danger 2 The Movie  



Joe Danger 2 The Movie looks like more of a good thing


6:00 PM on 08.10.2012



Hearing from Patrick that Joe Danger 2 The Movie is more of what we love about the franchise, but on a bigger scale, and you get to play as a cupcake -- yeah, that was a good day. The game is aimed at releasing sometime this fall, which is sooner than I would have expected.

The latest trailer provides a better look at the diversity of the sequel's locales. They sure do have a lot going on in them, huh? Granted, these games are structured in such a way that you build up to the madness; in this case, over the course of 100 levels. If you happen to be going to gamescom, look for Joe Danger 2 in Hall 7, Booth C020.






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