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Nintendo Download: Mario Sports Superstars, Has-Been Heroes, New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers, more
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Mass Effect: Andromeda, Zero Escape: The Nonary Games, Freedom Planet, more added to PlayStation Store
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All Articles: Darkspore
Mike Perry, executive producer at Maxis, recently told GameRant that Darkspore could be coming to consoles if the demand was high enough. Apparently, it’s been in the cards for a while, as a developer resume spills the beans on a PS3 and Xbox 360 port.
I gotta say, it’s become pretty commonplace now for unannounced titles to blow their cover from developer resumes. Don’t the publishers put something in these peoples’ contracts about this stuff?
After one of the biggest release weeks ever, the month of Apirl closes out with a wimper. EA’s action RPG Darkspore is the only new release of note and it heads a very short and uneventful list.
You can check out the full list of the rest of this week’s new releases right here to see for yourself:
- Cargo! The Quest For Gravity
- Chronicles Of Mystery: Secret of the Lost Kingdom
- Deadly Secrets: Art of Murder
- Egyptian Trilogy
- IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover
- Stray Souls: Dollhouse Story
- Twisted Lands: Shadow Town