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So, there goes 2015…

The busy, inspiring, heartbreaking year that was 2015 is complete. This year at Dakko Dakko, we… …brought Scram Kitty to PS4 and Vita, and released a big update, v2.0. …became VR converts after a truly inspiring GDC. …took a Year Walk on Wii U with our friends at Simogo. Check out the controls! …made (and shelved) some […]

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Season’s Greetings from Dakko Dakko

Best wishes to all of you for a relaxing holiday and a prosperous 2016!

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Scram Kitty Plush!

I just wanted to post this here, for those people who don’t follow @dakkodakko on twitter. It was made for us especially by the brilliant pocofelts It’s unfortunately not in production, but maybe if we were ever to do an amiibo…? 😉

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Year Walk 最後の啓示 released in Japan!

We are very proud to have helped bring Simogo‘s Year Walk for Wii U to Japan! Fully localised to Japanese for the first time, Year Walk 最後の啓示 is being published by Nintendo in their home market. You can see the beautiful, spooky Japanese trailer, below:

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Scram Kitty’s Runbow Cameo

Have you unlocked Scram Kitty in Runbow yet? The splendid people at 13AM Games kindly invited us to have Scram Kitty join in their special brand of colourful chaos. How could we resist? If you have a Wii U and you haven’t bought Runbow, you can find it on the eShop, right now.

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Year Walk for Wii U

We’ve been working with our friends at Simogo on a Wii U version of Year Walk! You can read and see all about it here:

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Satoru Iwata, 1959 – 2015

Sometimes this week I have cried because Satoru Iwata’s passing reminded me of my father, who died at the same age in similar circumstances. Sometimes selfishly, I’ve cried that the strongest champion of the principles I hold dear is no longer here to fight for them. Sometimes, it was for the people I have the […]

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