There's a catch, though
Retro specialist MonkeyPaw is wrapping up its six week window of PSone Classics on the North American PlayStation Store with an oft requested corker: Tomba! 2. However, the title – which is already available in Europe – will be based upon the Japanese release, meaning that you’ll need to refer to a walkthrough on the...
Dream come true
Import specialist MonkeyPaw Games will be bringing a handful of its PSone Classics to North American Vitas tomorrow, the company has told Joystiq. The compatibility will coincide with the handheld’s hotly anticipated 1.80 update, which promises to augment PSone emulation alongside a slew of other improvements. Supported classics...
European gamers will finally get to play MonkeyPaw Games’ digital re-release of Tombi! on 5th September, Joystiq has revealed. The PSone Classic launched in North America earlier this year. Tombi! is one of the most anticipated PSone Classics of all time, so we daresay a lot of you will be snapping this one up. Let us know if you're...
Pigs might fly
You can quit looking enviously at your North American peers – localisation specialist MonkeyPaw Games has announced that it is bringing Tombi! (known as Tomba! overseas) to Europe very soon. "We don't have a release date yet, but it's going to be sooner than people think,” the company told Joystiq. Patience, dear readers, is a...
Pigs can fly
Tomba!, the most anticipated PSone re-release in the history of the PlayStation Network, finally has a release date: 19th June. Indeed, in just over two weeks you’ll be able to enjoy one of the finest PlayStation titles of all time without the need to auction any of your internal organs. It'll cost you just $9.99 to admire the...
Something to sink your teeth into
The most demanded PSone Classic in PSN’s history, Tomba!, is set to be immortalised on the PlayStation Store this summer. MonkeyPaw Games has confirmed that it’s bringing the title Stateside, with a European release certain to follow further down the line. MonkeyPaw Games’ John Greiner said in an interview...
Put your money where your mouth is
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know all about Kickstarter. The crowd funding website has already, ahem, kickstarted the development of a couple of high profile games, and now localisation specialists MonkeyPaw Games and GaijinWorks are hoping to get in on the lucrative action. The companies want...
We've gradually come to the conclusion that a burger is not a buger without including bacon and cheese too
You only live once, right? May as well go the whole hog, so to speak. Speaking of incomplete burgers, MonkeyPaw Games has announced its keeping its intriguing Burgertime reboot in the kitchen for a little while longer. The game — which was originally due in the Summer — will now release in..
MonkeyPaw's BurgerTime World Tour looks like a lot of fun
There's a trailer for the PlayStation Network classic remake after the jump. But as much as we love the idea of burger themed video games, it's lunch-time and we can't help dreaming of actual burgers. We could go for something really smokey right now: flame-grilled burger, smoked cheddar cheese, smoked bacon, onion rings, hickory sauce..
What would you put in your ultimate burger? How about: onion rings, barbecue sauce, pineapple, smoked cheddar cheese, bacon, jalapenos and an omelette? Yo, sounds good
Our visionary sandwich has absolutely nothing to do with MonkeyPaw's remake of DataEast's classic title BurgerTime HD; we just wanted to make you hungry. Announced and shown off at...
The first footage of the recently announced BurgerTime HD is two things: crazy and awesome
It sort of looks like DataEast's 1982 classic, but then, it sort of doesn't either. It's how we'd imagine McDonalds in the year 2567. Which is why we'll buy you one of Burger King's finest if you can convincingly explain what the heck is going on in the...
Remember BurgerTime? The 1982 classic arcade from DataEast
Well it looks like there's going to be a new one. Joystiq points out an ESRB rating for BurgerTime HD which is in development at MonkeyPaw games for PlayStation 3. The description notes that carrots, apple cores and hot peppers will all be out to stop protagonist Peter Pepper from...
SCEA will be launching a new imports service on the PlayStation Store from next week, offering Japanese-only PSN releases such as Cho Aniki and Gaia Seed via the American Store
Games will be available in their original form (so many will be unlocalized), but will be infinitely easier to get hold of. It'll just be like importing retail games, really...
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