Tag Archives: N+
Mon, Jul 06, 2009 | 13:45 BST
Mon, Feb 09, 2009 | 23:12 GMT
According to this Joystiq report, stick ninja platformer N+ will release for DS and PSP in Europe this spring.
The PSP version will arrive in March, while the DS version will arrive in April.
This is probably great news if you’re a European with a desperate yearning to be a ninja on a bus, or something. Stay positive.
Thu, Jul 24, 2008 | 12:00 BST
Fri, Jul 04, 2008 | 17:37 BST
Metanet has submitted three bundles of levels (one of which is free) for N+, its stylish ninja-puzzle game on XBLA, says Eurogamer. The three bundles make up 750 levels in total.
The multiplayer levels are “a lot better than those included at launch,” apparently, and there are some “tricky” cooperative levels too.
So, while you’re waiting for the levels to go live, we’ll leave you with this quote from Metanet’s blog:
“There’s also a small bonus in each pack which will remain secret for now.. or will it?!”
Ooooh. We likey.
Thu, Mar 13, 2008 | 12:44 GMT
According to this, N+ co-creator Mare Sheppard has confirmed plans to release three downloadable expansion packs for the ninja platformer, each containing about 200 levels, in the coming months.
The first pack will likely contain easier levels and some co-op multiplayer levels and could hit XBLM in as little as three weeks. The second and third packs would follow soon after.
“The other packs will probably contain harder levels, race and survival multiplayer, and some classic N levels from the original game,” Sheppard said. “We’re just not sure how the content will be distributed among the packs yet.”
The content will be priced at 200 Microsoft Points per pack or one point per level, and one of the packs will be free.
Mon, Feb 18, 2008 | 19:23 GMT
N+, that funny ninja game you keep seeing on US sites, is being released on UK Live on Wednesday.
The game puts you up against mad robots, and includes co-op, “2-D Ragdoll physics with incredibly styled next-generation graphics for an intense visual experience” and 300 levels. It costs 800 Microsoft Points.