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Bonk: Brink of Extinction Latest News - Wii

Bonk: Brink of Extinction
Game Description: In this retro downloadable title, players step into the prehistoric feet of one of gaming's most iconic characters, Bonk, as he attempts to save the world from being destroyed by any impeding comet impact. Combing elements of classic 2D side-scrollers with modern 3D platformers, Brink of Extinction aims to deliver an old-school adventure with next-gen polish.
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Bonk: Brink of Extinction News

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  • Bonk: Brink of Extinction First Impressions

    Bonk is old school. In fact, I'd wager that a sizable chunk of Feed readers were teething on game controllers when Bonk's Adventure hit TurboGrafx-16 in the early 90s. But thanks to a resurgence on Wii's Virtual Console, Hudson has decided to give the big-headed caveman a new platforming adventure, which is coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PSN....

    Posted November 12, 2009

    Bonk: Brink of Extinction First Impressions
  • Hudson Soft Explains Why They're Fiercely Embracing Digital Distribution

    Retro reboots are finding enormous success through digital distribution. Old school publisher Hudson Soft is well aware of this. The nature of video game development and marketing these days makes charging $59.99 for a new Bonk game a difficult proposition, but asking a fraction of that asking price on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and...

    Posted November 5, 2009

    Hudson Soft Explains Why They're Fiercely Embracing Digital Distribution
  • Bonk: Brink of Extinction Last Hope Trailer

    Posted: November 6, 2009

    232 Views | 00:32

  • Bonk: Brink of Extinction Debut Teaser

    Posted: September 14, 2009

    3,787 Views | 00:57

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