In an interview with Japanese website GAME Watch, Treasure CEO Masato Maegawa, developer Hiroto Matsuura and Sega producer Yosuke Okunari have revealed that the inspiration for the XBLA remake of Guardian Heroes was actually formed from the desire to develop a sequel to the game. Given that Guardian Heroes was originally released on the Sega Saturn back in 1996, during the planning stages it was felt a sequel might not do so well as newer gamers would not be familiar with the original material. “If we develop a sequel, I want more people to know the original Guardian Heroes” explains Maegawa. In the end it was decided that a port of the original was the way forward.
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A new addition to the Skullgirls fighting team has been revealed by Shoryuken.com. Dark new character Painwheel is an “aerial dominance” character, and can fly using the blades in her back. She is said to be in constant pain and full of rage with the ability to charge up her normal attacks. Read her full bio below:
Once a normal schoolgirl named Carol, Painwheel was kidnapped by Valentine and delivered to the Anti-Skullgirls Labs’ secretive Lab Zero. There she was implanted with the synthetic Buer Drive and Gae Bolga parasites and infused with experimental Skullgirl blood, transforming her into the monster she is today. Violent and unstable as a result of these experiments, as a precaution she’s mentally controlled by Lab Zero’s powerful psychic director, Brain Drain. Fueled by rage, she draws her power from her pain and fury. Despite that, the soul of that scared young girl still lives on inside this monstrous body, desperately fighting off the onslaught of voices that would control her.
Skullgirls is set to launch on XBLA early 2012. Head over the page for more images of Painwheel.
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Orcs Must Die! was developed by Robot Entertainment, Inc and published by Microsoft Studios. It was released October 5, 2011 for 1200 MSP. A copy of the game was provided for review purposes.
Orcs Must Die! is an action tower defense game created by Robot Entertainment, an independent game development studio formed by veterans of Ensemble Studios, the creators of Halo Wars and the Age of Empires franchise. You play as a young War Mage who is promoted following a workplace accident by the previous defender and left within the orc homeland to defend 24 fortresses. These fortresses were built by The Order to protect magical rifts or portals that connect the worlds. Utilizing an arsenal of weapons, traps and spells you must stop the enraged mob of orcs and other villainous monsters from reaching these rifts and crossing over to your world.