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La-Mulana launch trailer shows development timeline

1:30 PM on 09.19.2012 // Conrad Zimmerman
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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 through to the present, it's a way for all of us to remember how long (and impatiently) we've waited for this game to finally arrive on Nintendo's download service.

I have to assume that the second half of the trailer is full of spoilers, because I just skimmed through once I started to see gameplay. I'm sorry, but I'm not going to ruin the surprises I haven't yet discovered by way of playing the PC version for anything. 

So, who's grabbing this on WiiWare?




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La-Mulana


  Jan 21

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  Apr 16

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  Sep 06

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