Super Meat Boy co-creator Tommy Refenes speaks with GamingBolt about its long-awaited sequel.
The platformers will be out on the new consoles by late January or early February.
Super Meat Boy co-creator Tommy Refenes believes the Xbox Series S won't hold back next-gen games.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions are due in January 2021.
The brutally difficult platformer is seemingly upon us at last.
The delay is due to the size and ambition of the game.
Team Meat gets why some people aren't fans.
"We choose not to run ourselves into the ground," says Team Meat.
User-created levels also coming, but not at launch.
Top games and underrated releases collide next month.
Creator Tommy Refenes says the end result "will mean better games for people".
After Greg Miller sent out an open invitation for the Showcase, there have been lots of responses.
Yet another indie developer is finding some strong success on Nintendo's platform.
Team Meat's Tommy Refenes tells us what's new with the long-awaited sequel to the classic platformer.
Team Meat's Tommy Refenes talks a bit about the Xbox One X and his next game leveraging its power.
Team Meat's Tommy Refenes talks about people staying with the consoles they like.
A 'live action stealth game.'
Insightful blog post.
Don't expect the next Meat Boy on either PS4 or Xbox 720 without some changes.