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Submitted by spydersvenom 781d ago | podcast

Gaming History 101: The Treasure Box

This week Trees returns and we are talking about the Japanese developer Treasure, best known for some of the most impressive games on Sega’s consoles (Gunstar Heroes, Radiant Silvergun, Guardian Heroes, and Ikaruga) as well as Nintendo’s later consoles (Bangai-O and Sin & Punishment). We discuss the company origins, values, and of course the entire library of this innovative developer. (Arcade, Dev, GameCube, Guardian Heroes, Gunstar Heroes: Treasure Box, Ikaruga, iPhone, PS2, Radiant Silvergun, Radiant Silvergun HD, Retro, Sin & Punishment, Xbox 360)

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