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Regular Show: Mordecai And Rigby Confirmed For Europe, Plus New Trailer

Stepping into 8-bit land is Mordecai and Rigby from the Regular Show in their first video game ever, and now we have confirmation of a European release, as well as a brand new trailer. Promising witty humour and a cracking platformer adventure game to go with it, Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-Bit Land is coming to Nintendo’s handheld. Based on the animated series from Cartoon Network and developed by WayForward – best known for DuckTales: Remastered and Shantae – the game follows best friends Mordecai and Rigby as they are transported into their favourite video games. Forced to use their unique abilities, the pair must battle through various challenges in the hopes of getting back to reality. The title is set to release some time in Autumn for the Nintendo 3DS in North America, Europe and Australia.

16 thoughts on “Regular Show: Mordecai And Rigby Confirmed For Europe, Plus New Trailer”

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  2. Biggest waste of video game production materials since the Adventure Time game. What is with all these retarded animated shows these days?

    1. Actually Regular Show is actually pretty awesome and to be honest it has more adult themes than Childish themes like in Adventure Time (Even though I love that show too).

    2. Regular Show is pretty good. I like how each episode turns surreal so fast. There’s really nothing regular about it, it’s the complete opposite.

  3. I hop this game does as well as “Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage!” did. These two shows deserve good video games based on themselves. They are only the two best shows on Cartoon Network. :D

  4. I thought Adventure Time would be awesome, until I watched one episode. Total waste of life…
    Regular Show on the other hand is pretty great. I’d watch it over Family Guy and other garbage any day.

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