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 the second part of the live gameplay demonstration video has reached the internet. Watch even more bright colors and happy pinata's 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."