La-Mulana, a game that can only be described as "Fez meets Dark Souls," is coming to Vita on 4th March (or 3rd March in North America) in a spruced up edition entitled La-Mulana EX.
Last autumn La-Mulana creator Takumi Naramura announced a sequel to his fiendishly difficult cult hit was in development and now it's on Kickstarter for fans to fund. Rejoice!
UPDATE: In what's sure to be a divisive move, La-Mulana creator Takumi Naramura has said that he wishes to make the sequel less confusing than the first game.
The fourth batch of games - and second batch of software - has been accepted on Steam Greenlight, and it contains some real killers.
Fiendish Japanese platforming adventure La-Mulana is coming to North America and Europe via WiiWare on 20th September for 1000 Wii Points, publisher EnjoyUp Games has announced.
WiiWare sales numbers are now "almost non-existent", the publisher of retro side-scroller La-Mulana has said.
Indie publisher Nicalis has cancelled La-Mulana's planned WiiWare release in Europe and the US, claiming it was now "near impossible to sell sufficient units on WiiWare".
Japanese developer Nigoro first launched La-Mulana on PC in 2008. An updated WiiWare version was in development for several years and finally saw light of day in Japan last June.