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Spaceball: Revolution Coming to NA on Monday

Posted by Corbie Dillard

The unique WiiWare puzzler is almost here.

We've just learned that Spaceball: Revolution will be coming to the North American WiiWare service on Monday, September 14th for 800 Wii Points.

We were also able to get our hands on a brand new gameplay trailer of the game in action that you can check out below for a taste of what you can expect from this unique WiiWare puzzler.

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We'll have a full review of Spaceball: Revolution when it hits the WiiWare service.


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User Comments (31)



bro2dragons said:

yeah. looks simple, but different and worth a look if they can make it a lasting fun. looks like it may be short, though.



pixelman said:

Looks effing awesome! I'll have probably wait for the reviews, but I seriously dig the gameplay.



Reala said:

Looks interesting, although I already have a fair amount of puzzle games and didn't expect to buy any more, this one might change my mind.



SmaMan said:

It looks like it will be hitting the WiiWare service with ludicrous speed!



I know this game is good DelVlon212 did a review of it on youtube. Theres some DLC too. This game is really addictive. This has 315 blocks which might hold me off until I get an Sd card.



Machu said:

Yeeaah that looks sweet, Spacey, trippy, puzzley goodness. Yum!



Sneaker13 said:

I looks pretty interesting and I saw the review of DeIVIon212 too. Still not sure if I want to get it.



seekanddrestroy said:

I downloaded the game this morning and it is a pure madness. Very addictive and funny , yeeeah. The gameplay´s easy but to complete some levels in dificult. Snearker13, if you want a great videogame, you must buy spaceball revolution.



Katernity said:

I like the graphics but I don't really understand what's going on. and what's with the awful techno circa 1992?



Jockolantern said:

I like the look of this game a lot. Varied art design, compelling, unique puzzler gameplay, challenging-looking levels... though coming from the same publisher as Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam, I shall remain skeptical until the review of it pops up here. Here's hoping it's every bit as good as the trailer makes it look. I love a good puzzler.



thebigM said:

as this is already out here in Europe, I might have a look.

Or maybe I'll wait for the review first, that can save you some pesos from time to time



Sean_Aaron said:

I don't want to give too much away from my unwritten review, but I will say it looks extremely good and it has some good arcade flavour.



JayArr said:

I feel like I should tie a glowstick to my WiiMote and play in the dark. Techno raver style! Looks good, I may have to get this.



KeeperBvK said:

"We'll have a full review of Spaceball: Revolution when it hits the WiiWare service."

At the time of posting this news, the game had already hit WW.



calculon said:

I'd buy it but it looks like garbage. Plus I played something very similar for free on my PC over 10 years ago. No sale.

I like the way NIntendo are being painted into a corner by reducing the cost of the console to the consumer when it's blatantly obvious that it's the software that's the major failure of the system. Oh and the hardware (yes fanboys, the hardware sucks too) Oh, and the interface and the online and their attitude.

What's even funnier is when non-gamers taking a stand saying the time of "hardcore" gamers is over and that casual gamers are the future, when it's there - slapping you right in your face - that they have no real commitment to the system outside of buying what is essentially flavour-of-the-year-ware. The Wii is a sinking ship with nothing more than a one line approach to getting sales:

"Buy my peripheral! Buy my peripheral? Buy my ... oh what's the use. Here take it. Take it. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD TAKE IT!"



Big_A2 said:

Watches gameplay video
What the hell am I looking at? When does this happen in the movie?



StarDust4Ever said:

That game looks pretty sweet. Too bad I won't be able to play it for a while seeing as I'm in school right now, and my Wii, DSi away at home

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