La Mulana now available through Playism

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 16 July 2012 03:54 GMT

Nigoro has come through on a promised PC release for La Mulana, which you can grab for $15 from Playism, a brand new digital distributor focusing on indie and localised games. The WiiWare version of the game hasn’t made it outside Japan after being shelved by Nicalis – a decision Nigoro blames on localisation difficulties and DLC plans – and while it’s still possible, I wouldn’t hold your breath. Hooray for PC gaming, then. Trailer through the cut.

Thanks, EvilAvatar, Joystiq.

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