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Joe Danger heading to PS3 first

PC and 360 may follow.

Hello Games has announced that it will release Joe Danger first on PS3.

The downloadable side-scrolling bike game is due out this spring, and the you can check out an Joe Danger hands-on, new screenshots and the latest trailer elsewhere on the site.

"We're totally focused on getting the PS3 version out there right now," Hello Games' Sean Murray told Eurogamer, although PC and Xbox 360 may follow.

"We're a tiny little team and this is a pretty big game, with some huge features like content sharing. We absolutely have our hands full, but once this is done, and if people are interested, we'd love to look at some other platforms.

"We're aiming for a spring date, but with just the four of us, the common cold could delay the game. Just wish us luck."

Hello Games really is just four guys in a room making their dream games, which we happen to like very much. As did you during the Eurogamer Expo 2009, where Danger was playable to people in the Indie Arcade.

"The crazy thing is that we're the developer, publisher and marketing team for this game," Murray told Eurogamer.

"At best there's only one of those that we know how to do, and even that's arguable. Since we announced, some people have been really helpful and Sony has definitely been one of them.

"The truth is, as an indie most of the time we're treading on a knife edge, and someone offering help means an awful lot. If they rang us up in the middle of the night now, you know, we'd totally help them dispose of a body." Or fix a clock, presumably.

Check out our Joe Danger hands-on to see what's in store for PS3 owners this spring.

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