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Submitted by kevco33 2336d ago | news

Rising Star Games Reveal Final 2009 Release Dates

The irrepressible UK publisher Rising Star Games have revealed the release dates of the remaining titles on their 2010, including fantastically original games for both Nintendo DS and Wii. Including a number of titles from Rising Star Games' "The Home of Japanese Games" range, Rising Star Games are set to prove that, once again, they are one of the leading third-party publishers for traditional gaming on Nintendo consoles. (Angel Cat Sugar, Happy Party with Hello Kitty & Friends, Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility, Industry, JU-ON: The Grudge, Luminous Arc 2: Will, Mahjongg Ancient Mayas, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, Nintendo DS, PC, Wii)

phalanx_mark  +   2336d ago
Muramasa!
at last. i hope i have enough monies!

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