Sept. 21, 2007
If you've played this on Xbox 360, you're in a select group of%26hellip; not very many. Despite being a genuinely great idea, it was simply on the wrong console at the wrong time.
So former Nintendo stalwarts Rare are bringing the concept to an audience that should be a little more appreciative of this sort of thing, and it isn't a significantly stripped-down version, either. The handheld Viva Pi%26ntilde;ata promises to play the same on DS as it does on Microsoft's slightly more powerful home console.