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Sunsoft acquires Telenet game catalog (think: Valis, Cosmic Fantasy)

As part of its relaunch, Japanese publisher Sunsoft announced that it has purchased the rights to the entire 100-plus game library of Nihon Telenet. Even if you're not familiar with the name, you probably remember the games (most of which were published by Renovation) and their (at the time)...

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Sunsoft kicks off American return with Blaster Master on Virtual Console

Sunsoft is coming back, with the help of Victor Ireland's Gaijinworks. The publisher plans to bring its brand back to prominence initially by re-releasing classics. The first? Blaster Master on Virtual Console. Sunsoft plans to launch the NES action title this month. Through its new website, the...

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Review: Miami Law (DS)

Hudson Soft's Miami Law isn't a perfect adventure game by modern or classic standards. Gamers born after the era of floppy disks may find the menu-driven presentation archaic, and adventure devotees may take issue with the game's logic, and dismiss its minigames as pointless distractions from the...

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You have the right to watch this Miami Law trailer

Hudson released this brief trailer of Miami Law that offers us an even briefer look at the game in action -- and a bit of confusion. We thought the male cop's name was Law Martin! Despite the fact that they're totally different games, Miami Law looks a lot like Atlus's Tokyo Beat Down in motion,...

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Miami Law is first project from Working Designs founder's 'Gaijinworks'

When Hudson unveiled Miami Law, we desperately started scrolling through old posts and the websites of likely Japanese developers, because we couldn't identify the Japanese game upon which it was based. It turns out there's a good reason for that -- the American press release is actually the first...

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