Some of you may recall my tragic love affair with Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, a game I found utterly spellbinding but, sadly, failed to resonate with the rest of the world. It shall forever be doomed to obscurity, but it's not so bad for bargain hunters -- the game's now five bucks on Amazon.
It's been on sale for such a pittance before, but it's the first time I've spotted it (thanks to NeoGAF) and, in all honesty, I'm not above playing shill for a game I truly believe in, especially when it really deserves more love than it's ever gonna get.
If you've got a spare five beans on you, you can't go too wrong with it. It's easily worth that kind of paltry investment.
|2:00 PM on 11.22.2010|
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