Bug Rising Star If You Want Dodonpachi Resurrection In Europe

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While you can play the game on the iPod Touch or iPhone, Cave’s Dodonpachi Resurrection on the Xbox 360 hasn’t been announced for a Western release yet. Cave recommend that you bug Rising Star Games if you want it in Europe.

 

In reply to a fan asking for Dodonpachi Resurrection in Europe, Cave tweeted:

 

“Let these guys know! @risingstargames :)”

 

Rising Star have reportedly already picked up one Cave shooter — they’re publishing Deathsmiles in Europe sometime in 2011. If you want to make your voice heard, RSG have a forum thread where you can sound off on games you’d like to see published by them.



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