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Bizarre looking Guilty Gear spin-off headed stateside


10:30 PM on 12.27.2010



So, Super Meat Boy is having a tough time getting a publisher for the Wii, but Towel Slappin' Pro Jumper already has a DSiWare publisher for the United States? Seriously?

As weird as that is, I can't really complain. I've had my eye on this game ever since Dale first told us about it a few months ago, and now that I've seen the video above, I'm even more excited. I love everything about it; the creepy little protagonist and his towel snapping ways, the excellent sprite animation, the action-platforming gameplay, and perhaps most of all, the Hitler Michael Jordan mustache. The fact that the game is actually a spin-off of the Guilty Gear series is just the icing on the cake.

There is nothing that could keep me buying this game when it hits DSiWare sometime next year.

Towel Slappin' Pro Jumper rated for DSiWare [Tiny Cartridge]






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