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Posted by STGuy1040 on October 3, 2012 under Euro, News, PS3
After a long wait, Tomba! is finally available on the European PlayStation Network in the PS one Classics section for £6.99, €7.99. It's also downloadable for PS Vita. Garnering universally positive reviews and high prices due to its rarity, Tomba! was the brainchild of Tokuro Fuijiwara, known for his creation of the Ghosts’n Goblins series as well as the producer of the Mega Man serie... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on July 24, 2012 under PS3, Reviews
Gamers who grew up playing Ghost 'n Goblins and Mega Man should already be familiar with Tokuro Fujiwara. He was responsible for creating and/or producing the aforementioned games. During the original Playstation's heyday, Tokuro was responsible for producing a 2D platformer that starred a pink-haired protagonist that liked to bite his enemies. During its prime, Tomba! was a game that introduce... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on March 14, 2012 under News, Xbox 360
MonkeyPaw Games today announced a limited time 50% off sale for BurgerTime World Tour on Xbox LIVE Arcade. Those yet to experience the fast and frantic thrills of Peter Pepper’s return are urged to join the cook-off. The re-invented arcade classic can now be downloaded worldwide for the tasty value of 400 Microsoft Points. The sale lasts until March 19th. BurgerTime World Tour is an evolu... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on December 29, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
Released in 1982 by Data East, BurgerTime was an unusual platform game starring chef Peter Pepper. The object of the game was to walk over hamburger ingredients until a hamburger was pieced together at the bottom of the screen. BurgerTime became an instant classic with gamers. MonkeyPawGames, a game developer responsible for releasing Japanese PSone imports on the Playstation Network, has re-en... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on December 12, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
Vanguard Bandits is a tactical isometric role-playing game with a sci-fi twist. It’s very rare to find a role-playing game done in this fashion. Most role-playing games stay with one theme. Vanguard Bandits is a well-rounded role-playing game that follows suit with other RPGs like Vandal Hearts. You fight on a grid (similar to a checkerboard) and you are only allowed to control (move) one c... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on August 23, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
Japanese games have a reputation for being strange. In the case of Kyuiin by Media Entertainment, nothing is sacred in this twisted fairy tale world of giant frogs and flying vampire nuns. As a young boy who pilots a vacuum cleaner, you must free your favorite fairy tale from an evil wizard. Unlike most shooters, Kyuiin is very unconventional in its approach. Since the vacuum is your main sourc... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on July 27, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
Importing games from Japan was always a costly venture. Moreover, it also required a Japanese console system during the heyday of the original Playstation. Unlike today where consoles like the Playstation 3 are region free, gamers then had to endure regional locks that prevented Japanese games from working on their hardware. As it's historically known, Japan has been noted for developing some of... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on July 20, 2011 under PS3
How would you like to win free games for your Playstation 3 with little-to-no effort on your part? PixelPerfectGaming - in collaboration with MonkeyPawGames - are offering FREE copies of Yakiniku Bugyou (x2) and Rapid Angel (x2) for Playstation 3. No special skills are required to enter. Requirements: 1.) Follow @MonkeyPawGames and @PPGaming on Twitter (or by clicking the Twitter icon ... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on July 13, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
Yakiniku Bugyou is a new release in the Japanese Import section on Playstation Network. Being the first in the series, you take on the role of a Japanese chef who has to grill food for customers on a barbecue. Yakiniku Bugyou is like being a barbecue pit master, but Japanese style. The entire game revolves around you, the grill, and hungry customers. There is list of food on the right-side of... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on January 19, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
The original Playstation system gave birth to many iconic RPGs. Working Designs, while not a new developer back then, was known for its unique spin on the genre. Already established as a developer that produced must-have titles, it had amassed a large library of releases that spanned from the Turbografx-16 to the Sega Saturn. The original Playstation was no exception. Arc the Lad III is a seque... more.
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