As family board games go, Pictionary
pretty much rocks our world
, so the news that Sega
has been classified by Australia's OFLC, while a touch surprising, brightened our day. If it's being classified in Australia, there's every chance this could reach other English-speaking corners of the world.Pictoimage
coming out in the west may not be as random as it seems, however, especially as Agetec announced plans last month to localize Archime DS
in the U.S. and as Bakushow
in Europe). Perhaps Agetec's gamble has convinced Sega that such a game could work outside Japan. Like LOL
will support up to eight players from one card, but also comes with a single-player mode, with a database of 300 drawn images.
doesn't exactly sound like a mountain of fun, but we'll remain open-minded for now.