Free Badman game added to Japanese launch line up

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 23 November 2011 23:05 GMT

Nippon Ichi’s unique dungeon defence series, variously known as Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman, What Did I Do To Deserve This My Lord, and No Heroes Allowed, will grace Vita’s Japanese launch with combination freeware game and personal scheduler.

Called The Hero’s Record in Japanese, Siliconera reports the game is played by creating and completing to do lists, which rewards the player with monsters. Every weekend, the heroes turn up and must be fended off with productivity.

No word on a Western launch yet, but cross your fingers – NIS America has been quite proactive about bringing this franchise over. Check out a Bizarro Land trailer below.

The Badman series, as it was originally known by fans, went through several name changes following copyright claims. The third and most recent entry was called No Heroes Allowed. All three games were released on PSP.

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