La Mulana’s cancelled western WiiWare release may happen after all; writing on the game’s blog, developer Nigoro said it had received expressions of interest from multiple publishers, and wants to get the game out if it possibly can, both to please fans and “to set an example” for other Japanese indies. Nigoro expressed some frustration with the lack of interest and support from local press and publishers, and also asked western companies to “dig for gold” in the untapped vein of Japanese indies.
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La-Mulana, the archaeological ruin exploration game from Nigoro, will be released on Steam in April, and it’s currently 10% off. The game was previously available on PC through Playism, before hitting WiiWare last September. Earlier this year, the game advanced through Steam’s Greenlight service, and will now release on April 15.
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La-Mulana 2: The 0th Body, The 9th Spirit sees Japanese developer NIGORO return with another relic-hunting, whip-cracking adventure. Dave Cook plays it, gets killed loads then speaks with director Takumi Naramura about what’s new.
La Mulana 2 has passed its $200,000 initial Kickstarter goal, presumably securing the indie sidescroller sequel’s release on PC. It also means director Takumi Naramura has to eat curry at all meals for three days, which is rad if irrelevant to our dicussion. There are five days remaining to back the game, with some sweet […]