Over the past couple of years, Hello Games' Joe Danger has been making quite a ruckus on both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network between the stunt-filled original game and the romp-filled sequel Joe Danger 2: The Movie. But now Hello is taking his act on the road yet again, this time to PC.
Joe Danger will make its debut sometime this year on PC with a number of features. "For the PC version of JD, we're had a lot of fun," said Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games. "We've added a bunch of new content for both games – some new levels for a start. There are lots of graphics settings, as well as controller, mouse and keyboard support. Full Steam Big Picture Mode (I was just playing 1080 with 16XAA on my TV – looks sooooo nice). We've added ghost recording to both Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2 and integrated it with Steam, so you can compete with people right in the game." So much for the games being simple ports, eh?
The game will also feature a full-on level editor, so you can build and share as you please, as well as full-on Steamworks integration.
We'll have more information on Joe Danger in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, work on your back flips…