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Pigeon dating sim Hatoful Boyfriend snuggles up to Steam on August 21

Good news, fellow birdwatchers -- Hato Moa's bizarre avian dating sim Hatoful Boyfriend is hitting Windows, Mac, and Linux via Steam next month in a revamped port from Mediatonic and Devolver Digital. The Steam version of Hatoful Boyfriend boasts a branching narrative and multiple endings,...

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Foul Play to enter stage left on PS4, Vita

Mediatonic's theatrical side-scrolling brawler Foul Play is heading to PS4 and Vita, the developer announced in a recent post on PlayStation Blog. Players take on the role of Baron Dashforth, a mustachioed demon hunter who retells his tales in front of a live audience, defeating waves of extras in...

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Foul Play brings Vaudevillian brawling to Mac, Linux

Beware of Foul Play on Mac and Linux ... wait, scratch that, because we recommend you get nice and friendly with Mediatonic's eccentric beat-em-up. As our four-star review put it, Foul Play is "a stylized mix of the art of South Park, the witty back-and-forth of Sherlock Holmes, and the...

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Vaudevillian beat-em-up Foul Play raises XBLA, PC curtains next month

> Foul Play, the Victorian era's answer to Castle Crashers, takes the stage on XBLA and PC on September 18. The game, which mixes two-player local and online co-op brawling with the revelry of a Vaudeville stage show, comes courtesy of suitably British studio Mediatonic, the team behind...

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Sony completely revises list of PS4 EU studios, down from 53 to 30 [updates]

Sony made wholesale corrections to the list of European/PAL companies confirmed as PS4 developers and publishers, reducing the list of named studios from 53 to 28. Curiouser, not one of the developers and publishers named on the previous list makes an appearance on the new roll call. A...

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Foul Play brings Vaudeville and fisticuffs to XBLA in Q1 2013

Vaudevillian brawler Foul Play is coming to Xbox Live Arcade in Q1 2013, Mediatonic Games told Joystiq. Creative Director Paul Croft wouldn't confirm a final price point, but suggested it may be "£10," which could likely equate to 1200 Microsoft Points. It will support online and local...

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Doctor Who author Oli Smith joins Mediatonic as Creative Writer/Producer

The Doctor is in, or at least, one of his writers is. Mediatonic, the London-based developer that gave us Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, announced today that author Oli Smith has joined their ranks as a Creative Writer and Producer. Smith, who has penned two Doctor Who novels and four...

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Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess was almost The Waterfall of the Dirty Gods

On Gamasutra, Mediatonic's Jim Griffiths and Paul Croft wrote a postmortem for Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, the amusingly-named jumping vampire game that started on PlayStation Minis before, yes, hopping to Xbox Live Indie Games. When the game was first conceived, there wasn't even...

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Mediatonic investing 300K Euros in new Housemarque game

Housemarque's still celebrating in the afterglow of its recently released, well-received PSN title Dead Nation -- but the Finnish developer isn't resting on its zombified laurels. The studio has secured a €300 thousand investment from fellow Finnish company Mediatonic. According to Arctic...

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Who's That Flying into a new release date?!

Mediatonic's quirky PlayStation Minis shmup, Who's That Flying?!, was originally supposed to hit PSN in October. In response to a freezing glitch, the developer scrapped the October release plans, putting a question mark (and an exclamation point, why not) on the expected date. Now, having...

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