Anyone looking for a solid puzzle game with a catchy title is in luck, because NIS America just announced the release of something that fits the bill.
NIS America announced today that “What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2” has been shipped to retail stores nationwide. The retail UMD version of My Lord 2 has My Lord 1 included in the game as a bonus content. You can play My Lord 1 by entering a not so secret code that is included in the manual. The affordable downloadable version, which is available at PlayStation®Network, will be released on May 6. Unlike the UMD version, the downloadable edition does not include My Lord 1, but both My Lord 1 and 2 are offered at discounted prices.
About What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2
The goal of the game is clean and simple: As the God of Destruction, you must create a dungeon that is both difficult and powerful enough to fend off the human hero invaders. The dungeon must have a self-sustaining ecosystem, so players must strategically dig and create a dungeon with a balanced food chain. Periodically, human heroes will invade the dungeon in order to bring peace and harmony to the world. But, they are your enemies. You must destroy the heroes before they capture the Overlord and take him back to the surface.
The game system may be simple, but this game is loaded with tons of evolving monsters, environments, and heroes for hours of game play. Compared to the original game, part 2 has 2.5 times more heroes, 3.3 times more monsters, and 4 times more stages to beat.
About Sony Computer Entertainment
Recognized as the global leader and company responsible for the progression of consumer-based computer entertainment, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) manufacturers, distributes and markets the PlayStation® game console, the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) handheld entertainment system and the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3®) system. PlayStation has revolutionized home entertainment by introducing advanced 3D graphic processing, and PlayStation 2 further enhances the PlayStation legacy as the core of home networked entertainment. PSP is an innovative handheld entertainment system that allows users to enjoy 3D games, with high-quality full-motion video, and high-fidelity stereo audio. PS3 is an advanced computer system, incorporating the state-of-the-art Cell Broadband Engine processor with super computer-like power. SCEI, along with its subsidiary divisions Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd., develops, publishes, markets and distributes software, and manages the third party licensing programs for these platforms in the respective markets worldwide. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. is an independent business unit of the Sony Group.
Heck, I’m interested just because of the title.