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Once upon a time Japanese video games dominated the gaming marketplace, lining store shelves with classic shooters that sucked our wallets dry and gave us permanent callouses on our thumbs.

Some of our favorite shooters came from Tresure, games like Sin and Punishment, Radiant Silvergun, Gunstar Heroes, and Ikaruga. Now, Treasure CEO Masato Maegawa tells U.K. magazine gamesTM that the company is working on a new game exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. No other details were offered, but knowing a new Treasure game is incoming, for any system is enough to get our thumbs twiching.

What is your favorite Treasure game? Tell us below.

Source: NintendoLife

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Marc is still reeling from how many great games released in 2017. He is looking forward to a nice holiday break where he can catch try to catch up on a few of the many titles sitting in his backlog taunting him. Find him on Twitter @RkyMtnGmr

Sin and Punishment Developer, Treasure, Working on a 3DS Exclusive

Once upon a time Japanese video games dominated the gaming marketplace, lining store shelves with classic shooters that sucked our wallets dry and gave us permanent callouses on our thumbs.

By Marc Camron | 10/31/2012 04:58 PM PT

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Once upon a time Japanese video games dominated the gaming marketplace, lining store shelves with classic shooters that sucked our wallets dry and gave us permanent callouses on our thumbs.

Some of our favorite shooters came from Tresure, games like Sin and Punishment, Radiant Silvergun, Gunstar Heroes, and Ikaruga. Now, Treasure CEO Masato Maegawa tells U.K. magazine gamesTM that the company is working on a new game exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. No other details were offered, but knowing a new Treasure game is incoming, for any system is enough to get our thumbs twiching.

What is your favorite Treasure game? Tell us below.

Source: NintendoLife

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About Marc Camron

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Marc is still reeling from how many great games released in 2017. He is looking forward to a nice holiday break where he can catch try to catch up on a few of the many titles sitting in his backlog taunting him. Find him on Twitter @RkyMtnGmr