If you told me a few years ago that Treasure would be making a sequel to Sin & Punishment and that it would see a Western release, I honestly don’t think I could stop myself from laughing at the thought of such nonsense. I would also probably laugh at you for thinking of something so stupid. I mean, a company like Treasure, who was notorious for not making sequels to their games, dipping back into the S&P well and sending it overseas? Crazy talk.
Well, after a few twists and turns (and a couple of other Treasure sequels), the almost-impossible game is actually here.
The DSi Shop is the star of this week’s releases. One of my favorite games from my childhood, Earthworm Jim, gets a downloadable port, and the camera-based Photo Dojo makes its debut tomorrow morning.
Just a reminder about Photo Dojo: The game will be free until June 11. After that, the price will go up to 200 DSi points. So even if you aren’t all that interested in the game, it wouldn’t hurt to download it.No comments
Yeah, I know this is extremely old, even in internet time, and its complexity has been surpassed by multi-track auto Mario videos; however, it’s still fun to watch the one that, for many of us, left us with our jaws on the floor.No comments
It’s another bare week on the shelves this week. In a rare spectacle, the Wii has zero games shipping out to retail, leaving the Virtual Console and WiiWare to pick up the slack.
There’s no real standout title among the DS selection this week. In fact, I question if most of these games are even coming out. I swear that I’ve had Shepherd’s Crossing 2 appear on this list for a couple of weeks now.No comments