Once upon a time, two friends named Tommy Refenes and Edmund McMillen got together to make a game. They called that game “Super Meat Boy”. They were forced to form a company by “the Man” and that company was given the name “Team Meat”, they did not pick this name, it was on some promotional information for a press event they attended and being the savvy businessmen they are they took a note from Warren “G” Buffett and rolled with it. For 18 months they both slaved away creating the greatest platformer they possibly could. The process was hard and very well documented in Indie Game: The Movie. Neither Tommy nor Edmund expected Super Meat Boy to be a huge success. Much to their surprise, everyone wanted the game, including some very disappointed PlayStation fans.
June’s PlayStation Plus lineup is now live — go get ’em! Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection is coming to PS4, we got new details on Mighty No. 9’s retail release, fan-favorite Rocket League is launching on July 7th, Planetside 2 hits PS4 on June 23rd, and more in this week’s recap. What are you playing?
Yoshida-san stops by to share his personal passion for Bloodborne, which led him to a successful Platinum and a newfound appreciation for YouTube tutorial videos. Plus: anime, Adventure Time, and watching movies on planes. Enjoy the show!
364. That’s how many days between Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair’s launch and September 1st, the day you’ll finally be able to get your hands on Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls in North America — exclusively for the PlayStation Vita.
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