The PSP strategy game series that kicked off with the brilliantly titled Holy Invasion Of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This? will get a new, less legally conflicting name, according to its publisher.
Cult hit or just plain weird, the PSP title Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman, What Did I Do to Deserve This? did not get a full retail release, going instead to PlayStation Network exclusive earlier this year.
NIS America is dropping plans for a UMD release of Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This?, opting to make the PlayStation Portable game exclusively a downloadable PlayStation Network game.
Last Friday's NIS America press event started with President Haru Akenaga apologizing for the localization job on Ar Tonelico II and wrapped with the announcement of several new upcoming games.
Aside from having the wackiest titles ever, Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman does interesting things with the strategy game genre on the PlayStation Portable.
The title pits players as the God of Destruction out to save Overload Badman for those irritating heroes. Dig a dug and build a monster eco-system! The PSP game will be out this July. A PSN demo is expected soon. Neat!
Sony recently filed for trademarks for Holy Invasion Of Privacy, Badman!, perhaps the most curious game title yet. We thought it either a PSP game or marketing catch phrase yesterday—and now believe it's the former.