Perhaps I was the only male over the age of thirteen to hope that Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL for the Xbox 360 was something more than a sloppy clone of Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. series of character-driven fighting games.
The Entertainment Software Association continues to play "gotta catch 'em all" with small publishers, adding Crave, KOEI, and Playlogic to its ever-growing roster.
Just when you thought everyone was jumping ship, the Entertainment Software Association welcomes two new companies to its ranks.
Hick news channel WTNH's bleeding edge report on Crave's Baby Pals for the DS had a few holes in it. One of the biggest was the fact the channel didn't bother contacting the game's publisher. Oops.
Crave Entertainment president Michael Maas has commented on the publisher's recent exit from the Entertainment Software Association, adding that the publisher still plans to present at the E3 Media and Business Summit.
The latest publisher to duck out in a string of recent departures from the Entertainment Software Association was reported last night to be Crave Entertainment, publisher of titles including Brunswick Pro Bowling and Tokyo Xtreme Racer Drift 2. Today, the ESA has confirmed Crave's exit with an official statement.