Submitted by almehdaaol 712d ago | news

Tomba! releases on European PSN today

Courtesy of digital publisher MonkeyPaw Games, the classic platforming adventure Tomba! makes its return for the European PSN today. (MonkeyPaw Games, PS Vita, PS3, Psone Classics, PSP, Retro, Tag Invalid, Tomba!)

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SonyNGP  +   712d ago
Excellent news!
Now bring on the 2nd game c:
HarryMasonHerpderp  +   712d ago
About time.
Spyro next please.
Jay_miz  +   712d ago
Just need the vita patch to be added then I'll be happy
MasterCornholio  +   712d ago
Excellent game.
YvoneMoore22   712d ago | Spam
DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   712d ago
Tomba 2 was the first disc game and plastation game that i finished, aaah nostalgia... +it was also a very cool game with evil swine.
Zichu  +   712d ago
I literally scared my family while finding out about this. So happy it's being released in EU. This was and still is one of my favorite PS1 games. I was going to buy it off Ebay at some point, but now I get to enjoy it without having to stupid amounts of money.

I bow down to thee MonkeyPaw Games

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