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Publisher In Talks With Nintendo For Binding Of Isaac On Nintendo 3DS

The Binding of Isaac, the acclaimed independent video game designed by Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl could be coming to Nintendo 3DS. Co-creator Edmund McMillen announced that “A publisher I know is currently asking Nintendo if they would be OK with Isaac on the 3DS.” If Nintendo approves, he’s willing to “let them port it.” McMillen then later stated that the Nintendo 3DS was the “only other system you might ever see Isaac on.”

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          1. I personally enjoy this game a lot on my pc, but it lacks the abillity to hook me in. I think this would be a perfect 3ds eshop game to get for one of those 30 minute bus rides

  1. I’ve watched a few gameplay videos, and it doesn’t look interesting at all. Maybe I just need to play it first, but I won’t keep my hopes high. I’m just waiting for Samurai Sword Destiny next week. I guess it doesn’t hurt to have a wider variety of games.

      1. No replay value?! Technically you never finish this game because there are so many items and everything’s random, meaning every playthrough is different!

  2. Me neva herds of this so must be shits.also not mades by Nintendo so must be shits.looks likes a kid drews it’s.

    1. That’s Team Meat’s unique art style. If you think the game is kid-friendly, you’re sooo wrong. Just because a game isn’t made by Nintendo doesn’t mean it’s bad, it just means it’s made by a third party. Welcome to the gaming industry.

  3. When they said “Issac,” I thought they were talking about Golden Sun……

    Lol, I’ve never played this game. Is it good?

  4. This is a really good sign. Instead of Nintendo asking third parties to make games for their consoles this time we have a developer asking for Nintendo to accept their game. This bodes well for the future.

  5. I’ve never heard of this game before, but the more games on the eShop the better in my opinion. I know eventually the 3DS Virtual Console will have GBA, NES, and Game Gear games among others, but what I’m more interested in is games you can’t really find anywhere else, like Mighty Switch Force, and indie games such as VVVVVV and Cave Story. I would love if Nintendo embraced the indie scene alot more by helping them out and giving them exposure to a broad audience.

    1. I got VVVVVV yesterday, and it’s DA BOMB. If this is also an indie game, like the ones I’ve seen so far, well, shutup and take mah money.

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