With Viva Pinata Microsoft tries to attract all kinds of non-hardcore gamers to the Xbox 360. With happy colors and creatures they mainly focus at women and children.
Today a first live gameplay demonstration video has reached the internet. Watch it by clicking the link below.
Viva Piñata could well make a come back after Microsoft moved to renew the trademark, along with Blast Corps.
Jared writes: "With the Battletoads having made a triumphant return, let's look at the rest of Rare's back catalog for which series deserves a return to form next."
Kaan writes: "Rare is easily the most historic Xbox Game Studio. Founded in 1985, Rare may have begun life churning out middling titles for Nintendo but in the '90s Rare became a juggernaut within the games industry. They released classic after classic in quick succession and the most impressive part was the variety in titles. Beat 'em ups, Kart racers, platformers, first-person shooters, third-person action games; Rare did it all. But they need to bring some of these games back. Now."