ETA OUT NOW
DEV VICARIOUS VISIONS, BEENOX
Both of these games are so fondly remembered, they could’ve been rereleased separately with nothing more than shinier graphics, and they still would’ve sold a gnarly number of copies, dude. But that’s not how the developers roll. They roll on well-worn trucks of love and care, stringing together combos of value and revision, grinding rails of respect before riding a wall of, er, new online modes. Or something.
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