BurgerTime World Tour, the high-definition remake of the 1980s food preparation platformer, will arrive Nov. 2 on Xbox Live, "affordably priced" at 800 Microsoft Points ($10) according to a news release by MonkeyPaw Games. In addition to retooled singleplayer action the game will feature a multiplayer mode, seen…
Burgertime World Tour is being held a little while longer as it tests online multiplayer features, publisher MonkeyPaw Games told fans via Facebook on Monday. That means the game won't hit Xbox Live, PSN and WiiWare until late October or early November.
We saw glimpses of it at GDC; this gameplay trailer gives a bigger sense of what's behind Burgertime's HD reboot, which is due this summer. Peter Pepper will still be assembling monstrous hamburger sandwiches, but he evidently will do so to defeat (or appease?) a boss character trapped inside the circular level.
BurgerTime, that lovable WTF acid-trip from the food-genre minifad of the 1980s [Food Fight, Pressure Cooker] is getting a high definition reboot, according to the ESRB. It'll have more than an fried egg chasing your ass around, too.
Fifteen classic arcade games are heading to the Wii early next year, courtesy of Majesco and the Data East Arcade Classics collection. Are you a bad enough dude?
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