NIS America wants to bring Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! to UMD
October 18, 2009
The historical preservationists at NIS America are attempting to save the increasingly endangered beast known as the "Universal Media Disc." You probably haven’t heard of the format — your parents most assuredly have. Though we currently live in an age of incorporeal digital software, the developer is attempting to re-release its eccentric dungeon dive, Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This? in a limited edition UMD format — provided enough PSP owners show interest in owning a tangible copy of the game.
If over 1,000 supervillains-in-training pre-order the UMD version of Badman by November 13, NIS will go through with actually producing them, shipping out to their respective buyers in mid-December. Seems like it’ll be a tough putt — but we’re sure there’s 1,000 fans of both obscure strategy games and tiny, plastic-armored discs tucked away in some pocket in the internet.
This post has been written by Griffin McElroy on Oct 17th 2009 at 11:00PM couresy of joystiq.com.