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Super Meat Boy in the Box will be released in April
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Super Meat Boy in the Box will be released in April

`Meat` platformer Super Meat Boy still hobbled to retailers. And now - not in a strictly limited number of.

`Meat` platformer Super Meat Boy still hobbled to retailers. And now - not in a strictly limited number of. Team Meat joyful staff reported at GDC 2011, that the output of the boxed edition of the game, which will be called by both Super Meat Boy: Ultra Edition, will be on sale in North America in April of this year. His visit outside of the New World has not been confirmed. But we can and must hope for the best. Pretty good for $ 20. At the same time, developers have once again confirmed that the Super Meat Boy does not look in on the Wii - porting was canceled due to `technical limitations` imposed by the Nintendo console. Team Meat complain about this unlikely - Super Meat Boy sold out of 400 thousand copies. And most of the copies sold on the service has to Steam. Version of the game for the Xbox 360 not so popular. What awaits Super Meat Boy in the future? New patches, updates, and possibly moving to a portable 3DS - Team Meat recently received a license to Nintendo, so that everything can be

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