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Published on February 16th, 2016 | by David Guild

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N++ Is Coming To Steam!

Great news came from Metanet Software in the form that N++ will be coming to Steam, “soonish”!

While there isn’t an exact date, this is great news that has been fans of the “N” series have desired for quite some time. I mind playing the original flash game on the colleges PC while supposedly studying and loving N+ on my Xbox 360, especially when we had a bunch of mates round.

N++ released on PlayStation 4 last year which I reviewed but struggled to play the game well due to my battle with using the Duel Shock 4 pads. So I’ll finally be able to fully enjoy playing the game again and letting my son finally experience the newest instalment in the series.

When we get word of the games PC release date, we will be sure to update you all.

A few, including ourselves, have asked about an Xbox One release but the small indie developer just mentions that if the game sells well on Steam that we may be lucky, but I’m sure that’s the same answer they gave us last time when it released on PS4.

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About the Author

Has been gaming since 1989, from Atari, the Sega & Nintendo wars to the Microsoft and Sony era. For him games are all about gameplay and enjoys single player and retro styled games more than flashy graphics and multiplayer. He studied for 6 years in college doing IT Systems and Networking, he now works for a online moderation company as a Internet Moderator (Internet Ninja). When he gets the chance he loves the outdoors, and enjoys watching his local Ice Hockey team, the Fife Flyers. Keep an eye out for his gameplays and unboxings. GT: echopark



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