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Shantae: Risky's Revenge  



Shantae: Risky's Revenge iOS gets a controller update


10:00 AM on 12.12.2013
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Shantae: Risky's Revenge got a stealth update on iOS last night that allows for the use of MFi controller add-ons. The game was never impossible to play on a touch screen as it wasn't that difficult, but of course, tactile controls always win out for a precision platformer -- or at least, the option for them does.

I gave it a test run with the Logitech PowerShell and I have to say -- it works like a charm. Everything from pressing the L button to dash to the face button layout mirrored the DS controls. For a few moments, I even forgot I was playing on a mobile device. Great work WayForward! I just hope other developers follow suit.








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11:30 AM on 07.14.2014
See what's new in the Shantae: Risky's Revenge PC cut

Although Shantae: Risky's Revenge started off as a DSiWare game, it eventually was available to play on the 3DS, and was ported to iOS. Now it's heading to the PC with a few new extras. The first most obvious addition is the...more



11:00 AM on 07.09.2014
Shantae: Risky's Revenge will see a PC release on July 15th

Shantae: Risky's Revenge is a fantastic game that helped bring some life to the relatively limp DSiWare service once upon a time. It's since been released on iOS due to its popularity, and now, it's hitting the PC on July 15t...more



8:00 AM on 12.31.2013
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse is nearly done

If you haven't heard, there are three Shantae projects in the works by WayForward -- two new original games, and a PC port of Risky's Revenge. One of those new games, Pirate's Curse, is set to his the 3DS at some point, ...more



6:00 PM on 10.25.2011
Shantae comes to iOS this week, have some wallpapers

Genie lovers rejoice! Shantae: Risky's Revenge is making the move from the DSi to iOS later this week. Even if you are one of those terrible genie racists, you should still check this gem out. Gorgeous visuals and great music...more



9:00 PM on 09.09.2011
Shantae: Risky's Revenge coming to an iDevice near you

Shantae is good. Like, really good. And the sequel, Risky's Revenge, is also really good -- the best game on DSiWare, in fact. The original game never achieved the big sales it deserved, coming out for the Game Boy Color when...more



6:00 PM on 10.09.2010
Review: Shantae: Risky's Revenge

Nobody played the original Shantae. I didn't and neither did you. It was a Game Boy Color game released a year after the GBA hit retail. It had such a limited run that loose copies currently fetch well over $100. The only rea...more




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