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 May 13, 2005 - 09:00 AM - by Michael
* A Boy and His Blob returning

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A classic - no, REALLY classic - NES game's about to get a remake and head out again; either for the DS (which would have some interesting impact on the gameplay; it could use that touch pad really well) or PSP, we get A Boy And His Blob.

Press The Buttons has the commentary:

Now, fifteen years later, Majesco is bringing the series back. In the company's E3 press release a number of games are listed for the Nintendo DS and Sony PlayStation Portable, one of which is A Boy and His Blob. Which of the two systems the game is for isn't clarified (it could be one or both), but seeing as how Majesco tried to revive the series for the Game Boy Advance several years ago, I'm betting it's for the DS.

 

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