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Old 20 April 2009, 03:34   #1
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Super Stardust Portable

I just found out about this little game from Housemarque (what was left from the fusion of Teramarque and Bloodhouse!).
It is a conversion from a PS3 game already covered here at EAB and it's looking good.
The game seems to be identical to Super Stardust HD.

It doesn't have that gravity feeling typical of asteroids so I am not yet sure how that would work with me. Also, are there tunnel sections in this one too?

Game's available for a mere 9.99 plus tax on the Playstation Store, so you should definitely get it!

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Old 20 April 2009, 10:25   #2
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Looks indeed interesting! I'm not so much the Stardust type, but a portable version could come in handy
Now if someone would make a Tempest remake for it, I would buy a PSP
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