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Tuesday, 25 October 2011 08:48

Joe Danger coming to 360?

Written by David Stellmack



Looks to be coming ahead of sequel


We know that Hello Games has been hard at work on the sequel to Joe Danger, which is called Joe Danger: The Movie, both of which have been made available for the PlayStation 3. We have learned that apparently the first Joe Danger title is apparently coming to the Xbox 360, as well.

If the Korean Game Ratings Board is correct, Joe Danger is headed to Xbox Live Arcade, with Microsoft apparently the publisher. It is likely that Joe Danger will launch on the 360 ahead of the sequel which will launch first on the PlayStation 3.

Attempts to confirm this with both Hello Games and Microsoft have failed. No release date is confirmed, but we expect to hear more soon.


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