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super hi-k 505 games in 1

505 Gamestreet, then. Now 505 Games, apparently "UK-based" according to this latest press release, run by a bloke called Ian Howe, and publishing European-developed PC games. Mm. I dunno. I hope this isn't the direction they're heading in now. I liked them as the enigmatic Italian publisher of quirky Japanese games, not a generic UK publisher of hyper-realistic military FPS's that I really couldn't give a shit about. Ah well. Hopefully they can keep both sides going at the same time. Hell, maybe with the extra money Armed Assault will undoubtedly bring in, they could afford to pick up Goemon or something. The DS Goemon. Or the PS2 one. Or Tales of the Abyss. Or something equally unlikely.

posted by taizou at on 10/10/2006 in uncategorised

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