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    [PS4Blog.net Interview] Log Video games On Epic Dumpster Bear 2


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    We’ll be engaged on a evaluation for Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins, so I acquired in contact with Log Video games to speak a bit in regards to the recreation. Come test it out!

    PS4Blog: Hello! Good morning. Are you able to assist us get began by telling our readers a bit about your self and your work?

    Whats up! My identify is Ron Donaldson, and I’m the lead (and solely!) developer at Log Video games LTD, a Canadian indie recreation developer. Our first main launch was Epic Dumpster Bear on the Nintendo Wii U eShop again in 2016, which featured bonus ranges that required the Wii U Gamepad. We adopted that up with Epic Dumpster Bear: Dumpster Hearth Redux in 2018 on the PS4 and Steam that changed the Wii U Gamepad bonus ranges with extra historically difficult platforming ranges. We then launched Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins in 2020 on PS4 and Steam, in addition to JankBrain in 2021, a prequel to the Epic Dumpster Bear Sequence that includes the origin story of JankBrain, the evil genius that Dumpster Bear battles in Epic Dumpster Bear 2.

    PS4B: On that be aware, Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins is able to go on Nintendo Swap. What are you able to inform us about this sequel?

    Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins picks up the place the unique left off, with Dumpster Bear flying again to Earth after destroying the Evil Company’s house station. He crashlands right into a poisonous waste dump outdoors of Edmonton, Alberta, which provides Dumpster Bear new skills, akin to elevated pace and a brand new highly effective Punch Enhance assault that can be utilized for attacking whereas additionally including additional potentialities for traversing the degrees.

    The Nintendo Swap version provides ten new difficult ranges (for a complete of 54), in addition to new cinematics that arrange Dumpster Bear’s subsequent adventures. Log Video games additionally reunited with Mike Pettry, music composer for the unique Epic Dumpster Bear, who composed a brand new unique soundtrack for this recreation, and the music is improbable!

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    Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins - 1

    PS4B: How lengthy did it take to develop the sport and produce it to Nintendo Swap? Had been there any hurdles or challenges you needed to overcome through the course of?

    The Nintendo Swap port took a couple of months. It was crucial to me that the sport run at 60 frames per second with no body dips, however once we first examined it out, sure ranges had efficiency points. These points have been largely because of the shaders and particle results that the PlayStation 4 model was utilizing that weren’t appropriate for the Nintendo Swap {Hardware}. We modified all of the shaders and decreased the variety of factors of lighting and particles within the ranges, and that helped quite a bit. We additionally needed to cut back a number of the geometry within the Epic Dump world as nicely, however we’re proud to report that we achieved our locked 60 frames per second aim, and it performs nice on the Nintendo Swap in each Moveable Mode and Docked Mode!

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    Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins - 2

    PS4B: With Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins out on Nintendo’s console, are you at the moment engaged on any new tasks?

    We’re releasing Epic Dumpster Bear 2 on the Nintendo Swap out of order since we haven’t launched the primary Epic Dumpster Bear but, however we hope to launch Epic Dumpster Bear on the Nintendo Swap as nicely (hopefully with some enhancements!). JankBrain is also releasing later this month on Switch!

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    Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins - 4

    PS4B: And that’s on a regular basis we’ve got for right now. Is there one thing else you’d like so as to add earlier than we go?

    Epic Dumpster Bear 2 is launching on the Nintendo Swap eShop with a 40% low cost ($2.99), so if you’re a fan of the traditional 16-bit momentum-based platformers like Tremendous Mario Mario Bros. and Sonic and even Donkey Kong Nation, then it is best to know that Epic Dumpster Bear 2 took a variety of inspiration from these video games, so it may be price having a look!

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    Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins - 3

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