Tank! Tank! Tank! was one of the Wii U launch titles in all territories, but by looking at Miiverse activity it seems like the arcade game didn’t catch on at home in Japan. Tomorrow, Namco Bandai is taking a different approach with Tank! Tank! Tank!—they’re turning it into an upgradable demo
When we think of the term “piracy” in its modern sense, we tend to think of the morally reprehensible. Media moguls spent years combatting piracy by conjuring up disheveled images of thugs and depictions of malevolence, along with the line “You wouldn’t steal a car,” but this sort of propaganda couldn’t be farther from the truth. No longer is piracy an act of devestation performed only by the wicked, but as piracy’s negative outcome has weakened, its rates have proportionally skyrocketed.
1up.com: The original Rhythm Heaven’s (Rhythm Tengoku in Japan) lack of an American release stood as one of the great Game Boy Advance injustices of 2006, alongside the long-awaited Mother 3.
kotaku.com.au: Ambivalence. I could take it or leave it. Zero need to vomit hyperbole.
When we think of the term “piracy” in its modern sense, we tend to think of the morally reprehensible.