Spelunky 2 has just been announced at Paris Games Week

Todd Singleton
October 31, 2017

It seems the star of the original game has grown up, married a woman, adopted one of those goofy dogs, and made a baby. And thanks to Mossmouth, there's more where that came from.

PlayStation's Paris Games Week Media Showcase had je ne sais quoi in spades in as much as it was certainly hard to define; a potpourri of pretty indie playthings, precocious VR experiences and powerhouse third party games topped and tailed by puzzling glimpses of two "triple A" titles that certainly strived for distinct and attractive if never quite convincing at either. Or perhaps that we are going spelunking in space this time around?

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"LocoRoco 2" arrives for PlayStation 4 from December 9, and "Guacamelee 2" is coming soon, with an option for four-player co-operative action present throughout the game.

You can get a taste of the action in Ultrawings VR in the official Paris Games Week trailer embedded below. Both involve a lot of reflecting on the past as well as thinking about the future. You can probably nip home and check the Store after work. Many of these games, like Sprint Vector and Ultrawings previously debuted on PC for headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

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