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Space Ace ESRB Prepped to Enter the DSiWare Dimension

Posted by Damien McFerran

More nostalgic cartoon action on the way for portable players

Don Bluth's Laserdisc classic Space Ace has been given the official ESRB treatment, which means that fans of full motion video arcade gaming will be able to play it on the DSi consoles in the not-too-distant future.

We've already seen the likeable Dragon's Lair on DSiWare, and a trilogy of Don Bluth's titles (including Space Ace) is inbound for Wii, so this announcement hardly comes as a massive shock.

If you've experienced Dragon's Lair already then you'll know exactly what to expect; pre-animated sequences stitched together with occasional pad and button input from the player. It was amazing back in the '80s, trust us.

Space Ace has been rated 'E' for 'Everyone' and 'H' for 'Hopelessly Linear'.


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Bankai said:

Awesome stuff. These games are like interacting (in a small way, but still) with an 80s cartoon. Love it.



CanisWolfred said:

Now that I've heard of it, it looks like one of those stupid FMV games that barely even deserve to be called game. Major pass from me.



HP_3 said:

I'll be downloading this the first day it hits. I played this and Dragon's Lair to death in the arcades. Can't wait!

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