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Sep 23, 2013
Shacknews - Steve Watts
Indie developer Nigoro has announced La-Mulana 2, a follow-up to the retro-styled 2D platformer. Director Takumi Naramura says the sequel will still be difficult as ever, but the studio wants to make it less confusing. It's expected to launch on PC next year, and should look similar to the various La-Mulana ports, as it's using the engine from the remake.