Tomba! is now also up on the European PlayStation Network - destructoid

Tomba! is now also up on the European PlayStation Network

8:00 PM on 10.03.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Celebrate by eating bacon!


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 now on the European PSN courtesy of MonkeyPaw Games.

This platforming PSone Classic is priced at £6.99 / €7.99. According to the company, it was their "number one requested game from Japan." There were a few times I almost rented Tomba!, but ultimately never did for whatever reason. It's good to see this up on a digital storefront and not slipping slowly into obscurity.




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