Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams Arrives on XBLA March 20, PSN Follows!
Written by GameFocus
Published on Thursday, 14 March 2013 19:20
Are you in the mood for an original 2D platformer? Well, there’s a chance you’ve already played Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams on PC, but now there are some release dates for the console versions. According to bitComposer Games, Giana Sisters will be available on XBLA for 1,200 Microsoft Points (or $15) on March 20. It’ll be arriving just a few days later for PSN, probably also for $15. So there’s no terribly long wait or anything.
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