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simply dying?

updated the simple list. i hadn't touched it in almost a year, but it still wasn't massively out of date. which is testament to how little activity the series has seen recently, i suppose. i wonder if people just aren't buying them any more? there hasn't even been a DS release in ages.

D3 seem to be trying to resurrect it on download services, but i guess quirky low-budget games are pretty much what everyone else is doing on download services too, so they might have trouble standing out from the crowd. good luck to them, anyway!

posted by taizou at 18:36:14 on 21/02/2010 in site updates

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I think it most likely has more to do with Namco Bandai buying D3 publisher.

Also I don't think there is really a place for them at the moment there isn't really a Psone/PS2 kinda place anymore.

posted by landlock@gmail.com at 21:01:50 on 05/04/2010

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Could be. I always forget about the Namco Bandai thing. But what's the point of buying a publisher if you're going to discontinue the one thing they're known for?

posted by taizou at 01:31:35 on 13/04/2010

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