Nintendo Revolution to see Graffiti soon?

Atari released Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure for PS2 and Xbox earlier this year. In which your in control of a graffiti artist named Trane and to spray paint the walls in a city scape. In a recent review with Game Daily, Ecko indicated that a new version designed for the Nintendo Revolution could be in store and the Revolution controller would be the new uniqe means of control. “We’re all over it,” he told the publication. “We are doing our due diligence now. I mean, the mechanic is great, but it almost sets ourselves up for needing a separate SKU. We’ve gotta do some tests… obviously the Revolution is very, very exciting. When we think about it, we get all geeked out.”

While Atari nor The Collective have announced any official plans for the rumored release, it would appear that Ecko is optimistic.

Atari released Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure for PS2 and Xbox earlier this year. In which your in control of a graffiti artist named Trane and to spray paint the walls in a city scape. In a recent review with Game Daily, Ecko indicated that a new version designed for the Nintendo Revolution could be in store and the Revolution controller would be the new uniqe means of control. “We’re all over it,” he told the publication. “We are doing our due diligence now. I mean, the mechanic is great, but it almost sets ourselves up for needing a separate SKU. We’ve gotta do some tests… obviously the Revolution is very, very exciting. When we think about it, we get all geeked out.”

While Atari nor The Collective have announced any official plans for the rumored release, it would appear that Ecko is optimistic.

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