“We were still here tinkering and making changes, and then it just kind of happened without us noticing,” Sean said.
“Those improvements will get wrapped into a patch no doubt,” said the studio boss. “We’re like those guys they found still manning gun turrets years after the war had ended.”
“I’m not even sure how I feel about it,” he added. “Weird probably sums it up best.”
“I’m not going to work on a new Joe Danger game again,” admitted Sean, “which is really sad and amazing at the same time.”
“Our faces are bursting with excitement for the game to be finished though,” he said, “and hopefully soon to be released. It honestly is the best thing we’ve ever done. I’m so incredibly happy with how the game has turned out.”
The game is initially launching on Xbox 360, with a PS3 version assumed to be following behind. A firm release date for the former is expected soon.