The La-Mulana remake will arrive on WiiWare soon (September 20th) for 1000 Wii Points ($10) in America, Europe, and Australia! In honor of this joyous occasion, Nigoro has concocted a "beginners guide" video and shared it with the world. It goes over mechanics as basic as entering tents, all the way up to inventory management, what items you should be buying early in the game, and what you should be doing in the ruins.
I have to warn you right now though: it's best if you go into La-Mulana completely blind. As in, don't watch any beginner's guides posted here (cough cough) unless you really, really want to. The game is much, much, more fun if you have no idea what to expect, and figure it all out on your own.
Nigoro's challenging 2D action game La-Mulana will make an appearance on PlayStation Vita this December, Pygmy Studio has announced.
More features have been promised for this port, although the announcement post on the PlayS...more
Just for you guys we somehow roped some of the wonderful people from Playism to come by and talk about La-Mulana 2 and their Kickstarter they announced just last night! We will be playing the original while taking questions f...more
The tough-as-nails La-Mulana remake is now available on Steam for $14.99 if you dare to venture into the deepest, darkest depths of your gaming talent.
As one of the best remakes and games I've ever played, I strongly recomme...more
Nigoro's 2012 remake of La-Mulana finally has a release date on Steam. Initially unable to secure a spot in the marketplace, the game was approved through Greenlight in the fourth wave of titles announced to transition to the...more
La-Mulana releases on WiiWare today and, to celebrate, Nigoro looks back on the long road which brought them to this day. Starting at the beginning of development on the free version all the way back in 2001 and moving ...more
As you may have heard me mention recently on Podtoid, I've become quite absorbed by La-Mulana of late, playing the enhanced PC version, making maps and taking notes. It's an incredibly refreshing experience, one which d...more
Good things come to those who wait!
When Nicalis decided that it would not be publishing the WiiWare version of La-Mulana, it felt like a bitter end to an extensive but ultimately fruitless dev cycle. It was eventually releas...more
We may not be getting La-Mulana on WiiWare as I had hoped, but this development is just as good if not better! Last week, we mentioned that the PC port of the La-Mulana remake would be launching on July 13 to celebrate the gr...more
[Update: Codes have been sent to winners through Destructoid Private Message, so smoke 'em if you got 'em.]
Today is Thanksgiving in the United States, a holiday that normalizes the sin of gluttony by couching it under the g...more
Delays aren't usually all that interesting as a topic of discussion, but in the case of Ori and the Blind Forest, a revised release date is an excuse to further cement its name in your mind.
Ori is a tough platform adventure ...more
While Sonic Boom on the Wii U has its issues, there are also some redeeming qualities. Co-op is enjoyable, the platforming is pretty fun, and the 2D sections aren't bad. With a few more months in the oven and more polish, it could have ultimately been a decent Sonic title.
Unfortunately, the same can't be said for the 3DS version of Sonic Boom. There's almost nothing redeeming about it.more