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Even more off-screen Severed footage has emerged based on its Gamescom 2016 appearance. Have a look at the game below.

A brief video has arrived from Gamescom which gives us another off-screen look at Severed’s E3 2016 demo. Have a look at it below.

During E3 last month, Guacamelee developer DrinkBox announced that they’ll be bringing its new game Severed to Wii U and 3DS next month. Nintendo World Report has now shared some footage from the console version. Watch 11 minutes of gameplay below, along with a developer interview.

DrinkBox will be bringing Severed to Wii U and 3DS this summer. On both platforms, there are some extra bells and whistles.

Wii U and 3DS will feature a new “casual” difficulty mode. We’re also hearing that the Wii U version will sport improved visuals thanks to HD enhancements, new lighting effects, and some particle effects.

Severed will be on Wii U and 3DS this summer via the eShop.


With Nintendo’s indie push on YouTube’s E3 live stream, Severed was revealed for Wii U and 3DS. We learned that the game is coming this summer on the eShop, and cross-buy will be supported.

Graham Smith, DrinkBox co-founder and producer, indicated that setting up cross-buy for Severed will be relatively simple. Not much work is required, and Nintendo has been “very helpful” with the whole process.

According to Smith:

Nintendo was very helpful when it came to supporting cross-buy for Severed, and we didn’t actually have to do much on our end to support the feature. All that is required is that the purchaser be signed in with their Nintendo Network ID (NNID) when buying Severed. As long as they do this, they will be able to download Severed to their other device(s) when signed in with that same NNID.


Guacamelee developer DrinkBox Studios is bringing its next game to Nintendo platforms. Today, the studio revealed that Severed is in the works for both Wii U and 3DS. The announcement was made during a Nindies segment on YouTube’s E3 2016 stream.

Severed will support cross-buy, meaning you’ll only need to purchase one version to get the other version free. It’ll be on the eShop this summer.

Here’s a trailer:

Severed, the newest game from Guacamelee! developer DrinkBox Studios, is currently just a PlayStation Vita game. But could it planned for additional platforms, including one from Nintendo?

Yesterday, Severed was rated for 3DS in Brazil along with mobile platforms (and Vita). Perhaps this is a sign that DrinkBox is thinking about a potential 3DS version. Then again, Severed’s rating also includes 3DS – so maybe it’s just a mistake. Only time will tell!

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DrinkBox Studios has interest in developing a sequel to Guacamelee.

In an interview with PS3 Brasil, lead designer Greg Lesky stated:

We’re hoping for it too! There were a lot of ideas we came up with when the original was made and even more with STCE – the Champion Belt for example – so there would be more than enough ideas for a sequel, so it’s just a matter of what we do after Severed is finished.

Guacamelee originally launched last April. And just a couple of months ago, DrinkBox released Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition, which added a bunch of new elements.


Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition is out today on the Wii U eShop. For a successful download, you’ll need to reserve 802MB of space. That’s far from the smaller eShop games, but it’s not too large either!


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