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Joe Danger: The Movie set for Sept 14 release?

Hello Games has announced that Joe Danger: The Movie has gone gold, with a release set for sometime this month.

Currently Xbox.com is listing the game for September 14, meaning we could see it as early as next week, which is great news.

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The developers are certainly happy about it in any case: 

"OMG! Everyone! Joe Danger 2 has just gone GOLD! It?s going to be released this month. TELL EVERYONE! This is happening :)"

Speaking later with Eurogamer, Hello Games Sean Murray also expressed his relief at the game going gold.

"When we heard the news that we'd gone Gold, everyone was shouting and celebrating. It felt really sad for a minute though and I couldn't figure out why. I think it's that Joe Danger is done now. We're not going to make another one.

"Don't get me wrong," Murray added, "I think this game is great, the best thing we've ever done and it feels like we finally nailed it. It's a huge game made by a small team. We owed Joe a great swansong, a game that hopefully people still remember playing in ten years time. I hope we've done that. Saying that out loud, I just remembered how I should go join the rest of the team to celebrate now."

Joe Danger: The Movie will be released exclusively on Xbox LIVE Arcade, although it's possible that we'll see it on other platforms in the future

Edited On 04 Sep, 2012

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visa 4 years ago
The first game was really fun! Can't wait for this next one :)
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TOMASZ 4 years ago
So first part was on PS3 with support from Sony and now, second part only on XBL?! Great... :(
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Cloudedpaul 4 years ago
yeah, way to turn and stab sony in the back, i never liked the first game that much but did it really do that bad on psn that it needed to jump ship?
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no47 4 years ago
Another Xbox 360 exclusive i see. This is unfortunate for PS3 fans who loved the first game, hopefully it'll be a timed exclusive and be released for the console in the future.

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