Publisher: Ignition Entertainment
So I’ve been so down on the Wii over the last few months, I figured there was nothing left that could get me to come back to it. The Wii has had hardly anything as of late and its been such a depressing year for the system, I was convinced there was nothing left.
Fast forward now to the release of Muramasa – The Demon Blade. I had seen movies and screen shots of it, but it just seemed like a new side-scrolling beat-em-up with pretty graphics. I was very mistaken, as I was overcome with addiction from the very beginning of the game. I have finally picked up that Wii Remote again… It still feels good.
Mere hours after partaking in the official worst idea ever, that is embibing Everclear during our insane E3 podcast special, I’M the one tasked with having to bring you something relevant. Are you kidding me? I’m half f***ing blind! Well, screw it, I’m taking the easy way out and bringing you even more E3 video goodness.
But you know me. I’m not one to talk about what everyone else is talking about. I set my own trends. Besides, Jim already covered that stuff yesterday (since I can’t link to three seperate articles, just scroll down a bit you lazy jerk).
In the tradition of my ongoing series “Buried Gaming Treasure” I’m bringing you videos of the stuff that was at Los Angeles but is not getting quite the hype of the big boys. This could very well be the future of hidden gems. You didn’t see these in press conference keynotes, but you’re seeing them here. Enjoy!
Posted in E3 2009
Tagged a boy and his blob, brink, buried gaming treasure, dark void, darksiders, E3, echocrono, eye pet, muramasa, professor layton and the diabolical box, sin and punishment 2, trailer, white knight chronicles