Submitted by Stryfeno1 2748d ago | news

XBLA rejected Ketsui and Dodonpachi

In a recent issue of Japan's Famitsu Xbox magazine was an interview with Masaki Sakari of 5pb - who are currently porting over two very popular Cave top down shooters Dodonpachi Daioujou Black Label X and Ketsui X to the Xbox 360 as a retail product. In the interview Sakari has a short vent about why they went for a retail product: (Xbox 360)

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Zhuk  +   2748d ago
this is disgraceful behaviour, considering that these two games are of such amazing quality
IQUITN4G  +   2748d ago
They are good but i'm much rather we got Radiant
v1c1ous  +   2748d ago
Maybe the N+ creators complaining about rehashes on xbla
got microsoft spooked?
yaliaalice   2748d ago | Spam
Sanjuro  +   2748d ago
Damn! I would have bought a 360 for these two games.
Might still import a Japanese 360 for them, but with the reliability problems, maybe not...

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