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Team Meat, creators of the popular indie franchise Super Meat Boy, say they are not interested in console development.
"When you look at the stress that comes with Steam and iOS and the Google Play store, you look at those and you look at which hoops you'd have to jump through to get on any one of the consoles, it's like, 'Is this worth the time? Is this worth the headache?'" Team Meat's Tommy Refenes told Eurogamer.
Edmund McMillen of Team Meat is releasing a bundle that includes his early games and Indie Game The Movie through Merge Games with a $2 discount, bringing the total to $17.99. Team Meat is not working on an upcoming Super Meat Boy game, rather they are releasing a new upcoming game, Mew-Genics, a game drowning in narcoleptic cats. For for information, visit Team Meat's official website.
Bad reporting, original source for the entire interview is:
In which, they sort of extended an offer to Nintendo, for possibly making a game on their system(s).
I believe I read somewhere that they made Nintendo an offer...
Edit: I look below and see a comment that also says the same thing...
You're killing me Refenes. I didn't get the best impression of him from Indie Game: The Movie (which is awesome), and this is lowering that even further. Only because he's from the indie scene though, and I feel like they're never willing to put in the work to help out the groveling console masses.
Looking at Super Meat Boy I'd say they don't care about anything that involves the future since they're still making 2D games.