A remaster of the classic Nintendo 64 game, Glover, is coming to Steam. The developer, Piko Interactive, said that it will be coming soon. This is what they say in their Twitter bio: They are buying old intellectual property so they can make “cool things!”
Following the adventures of an anthropomorphic, four-finger glove, Glover shows the glove’s journey through seven worlds full of mysteries and hidden surprises. The retro game is in the category of platforming. The player bounces, rolls, and throws the ball to get to the checkpoint.
Was first made by Hasbro for the Nintendo 64 (N64) in 1998. It was later made for the PlayStation a year after that. The game was well-received when it came out. It also said there would be a sequel, but it never happened.
“Piko Interactive” wants to bring back the retro experience to modern PCs with better controls and visuals based on the original source code for the N64 version of the game. The game has a tentative release date of April 20, 2022, and you can add it to your Steam wishlist. When the team is done with that, it will be “all systems go.”
People, on the other hand, are trying to make people not buy this album. “True video game preservation” is hard to achieve because of a company called Piko Interactive, says user StoodUpOtomo. There are some people who say that the studio hasn’t just changed the unfinished code, but it hasn’t released the original version for archive purposes.
A lot of people who dump and release prototype ROMs (physical or digital cartridges) get legal threats from the company. They say that the company has all the rights to them. The other people on the thread are urging people to play the game on their computer instead of paying for it on Steam.
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