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Dear Sony: Put Tomba! on PSN ... NAOW!


9:00 PM on 03.30.2010
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Dear Sony,

I have just remembered that Tomba! exists. If you don't remember the game (and we could hardly blame you), it was a sidescrolling adventure starring a troll-like creature with pink hair and a hatred of evil pigs. Anyone who remembers playing it will remember that it was pretty damn awesome. It is not on PSN. This is unacceptable. 

Please rectify this issue, as copies of the original PlayStation game can sell from anywhere between thirty and eighty dollars. Europeans and Australians can expect to spend up to several hundred for a copy of what is known in the PAL territory as Tombi! It's pretty damn difficult to get hold of either way, and it would be much better for everyone concerned if you'd just put it up for download. 

Tomba! is a definite PlayStation Classic and needs to be commemorated as such. You have the power to do this Sony, so please make it so.

Yours humbly,
A ridiculous nerd who probably remembers things too fondly.






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