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Submitted by jjdoyle 731d ago | article

Feature: WiiWare Games That Bit the Dust

"Today La Mulana finally arrives on WiiWare in Europe and North America, bringing an end to a particularly long development saga. Nigoro had already released the title in Japan, but problems apparently related to DLC content led to a number of delays, with original publisher Nicalis eventually pulling the plug on the localised version of the title. You can read more about it in our interview with La Mulana's director Takumi Naramura, but suffice to say that it was a rocky road with no certain end. Thankfully the developer didn’t let the problems hold it back, and EnjoyUp Games stepped into the breach to localise and publish, albeit without the troublesome DLC.", writes NintendoLife. (Industry, Machinarium, Super Meat Boy, Super Motherload, Wii)

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