IGN got some face-time with Rare's Viva Pinata at E3 this week, and was surprised by just how many new features the game contained.
"At the surface, Trouble in Paradise looks a lot like the first game. That's, for the most part, a good thing since the original Viva Pinata was a lot of fun," says the article.
"However, once you start diving into the game you'll find that there's a boatload of new features to go along with the expanded roster of piñatas.
"With all of the rough edges smoothed out and new fun to discover, it's hard to imagine Viva Piñata without all of the updates. Piñata fans, mark your calendars for September."
Full thing through the link.