Two XBLA games to enjoy this Wednesday with Sega releasing their classic ToeJam & Earl along with ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron packaged together for 800 MSP. …
Todd and Perry have been playing a bunch of Guardian Heroes (check out Perry’s review) so they talk the so 90’s it hurts brawler for a while. Then Todd and I move onto Fusion: Genesis (review forthcoming), we try our best to describe our time so far with this ambitious, if confusing, space-faring game.
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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.
We’ve seen a lot this Wednesday with titles like Orcs Must Die! and NBA Jam: On Fire Edition but what’s coming next week? Fear not, as Major …