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Apr 19, 2011
Shacknews - Alice O'Connor
The WiiWare edition of BioWare's comic shooter finally has a firm release date, launching in May for $10.
Jun 25, 2010
Shacknews - Chris Faylor
As Interplay continues to capitalize upon its backlog of classics, the publisher has announced that BioWare's humorous and humiliatingly difficult action game MDK2 is to be released as a WiiWare download, while PC gets a freshly minted MDK2 HD revamp.
Both MDK2 WiiWare and MDK2 HD are being handled by Beamdog, a studio founded by BioWare veteran Trent Oster and staffed by "some of the original [MDK2] team."
MDK2 will be downloadable on Wii "during coming Winter," according to Interplay, while "MDK2 HD will follow on the PC through the Beamdog digital distribution platform."