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Class of Heroes 2G

North American release of Class of Heroes 2G has a special dual-screen feature


Double your screens, double your fun?
Jul 23
You may remember Class of Heroes 2G from the awesome limited run of physical copies its launch is going to spawn. Now, you can look forward to a special "dual-screen" feature coming to the North American release, which will ... read
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Class of Heroes 2G

Class of Heroes 2G is getting a scant few physical copies


Better pre-order if you want in on this production run
Jul 04
Class of Heroes 2G, a dungeon-crawling RPG playable on PlayStation 3, Vita, or PSP, will be receiving a run of limited edition boxed copies. After pre-orders for the physical editions cease on July 25, there will be no additi... read
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BurgerTime World Tour

BurgerTime World Tour is $5 now through April 30 before it disappears forever


Forever ever? For-EVER EVER?
Apr 17
MonkeyPaw Games is holding a funeral one last sale for BurgerTime: World Tour, allowing players to snap it up for only $5 before it's yanked from the digital distribution channels forever on April 30. You may be thinking th... read
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Tomba! 2 is here

You can get Tomba! 2 for your PS3, PSP, or PS Vita now


Available digitally in North America for the first time
Feb 18
Monkey Paw finished its six-week Retro Rush PSN releases today with Tomba! 2. It's also only six bucks right now, but it's supposed to be retailing for 10. Apparently both the English version and PAL version (which is availab... read
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PSN

Japanese sidescrolling shooter Wolf Fang on PSN this week


Gosh, I miss Data East
Feb 10
One more week until Tomba! 2 releases on PlayStation Network. Until then, we're getting the fifth title in MonkeyPaw Games' Retro Rush event, Wolf Fang, a sidescrolling shooter sequel to the 1989 shoot-'em-up Vapor Trail: Hyp... read
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Imports

MonkeyPaw is bringing Tomba! 2 and five others to PSN


Six PSOne games in six weeks
Jan 13
MonkeyPaw Games has more Japanese import games lined up for release on PlayStation Network this year. The company's six-week Retro Rush event kicks off tomorrow with Double Dragon (the fighting game spinoff), and there will b... read
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Class of Heroes 2

Hey, JRPG fans: Class of Heroes 2 is now out on PSN


Playable on PSP and Vita
Jun 04
This news piece is a service to both fellow JRPG fans and the smaller publishers that take the time to localize the games we like to play.  For you, JRPG fan, I'm here to tell you that Class of Heroes 2 is now available... read
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PSP

Get in on the Class of Heroes 2 pre-sale


Could be the rarest PSP game yet
May 10
RPG fans, I wanted to point you to the Class of Heroes 2 presale over at Gaijinworks. This digital preorder gets you both a Class of Heroes 2 digital code and physical UMD. We JRPG people have to support these small releases,... read
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Tomba!

Tomba! 2 could be coming to PSN soon


MonkeyPaw Games in talks
Dec 28
MonkeyPaw Games tells us that they're currently in talks with SCEA to bring Tomba! 2 to the PlayStation Network. They're looking at a direct port that they hope will be PS Vita ready on day one. That would be nice! I'm guessi... read
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Tomba! is now also up on the European PlayStation Network


Celebrate by eating bacon!
Oct 03
Sorry about that, Europe. We were pretty excited about Tomba! coming to PlayStation Network for a while there -- especially when it became playable on PlayStation Vita -- but now you too can partake in the fun. Tomba! is out ... read
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Tomba! CONFIRMED for PS Vita Classics lineup


Aug 27
Guys, everything's going to be okay from now on. Tomba! will be playable on the PS Vita, one of five MonkeyPaw games initially available on the handheld as of tomorrow. Alundra, Arc the Lad 1 and ... read
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PSOne classic Tomba! now available on PSN


Jun 19
MonkeyPaw has delivered on their number one most requested game from Japan. Side-scrolling plaltformer Tomba! gets retro nerds all excited because it mixes platforming, puzzle solving, RPG elements and pink hair into somethin... read






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