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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams Gets Spring Console Release

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams Gets Spring Console Release

Colorful, retro-style platformer Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams is set to be released on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in the spring.

Funded via a Kickstarter campaign and already released on Steam and, the platform adventure is a sequel to 2009’s Giana Sisters DS, itself a remake of the 1987 Commodore 64 game The Great Giana Sisters.

Developed by Germany-based Black Forest Games, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams will be published on PC and Xbox LIVE Arcade by bitComposer, while the PlayStation Network version will be published by Black Forest Games itself.

A potential OUYA release for Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams has previously been mentioned by Black Forest Games, although whether or not this will occur still remains to be seen.

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