MonkeyPaw announces two games for PSN's Import Store

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MonkeyPaw Games has announced that they'll be bringing two new games to the Playstation Network's Import Store: Rapid Angel and Yakiniku Bugyou.  Rapid Angel is an action beat-em-up game while Yakiniku Bugyou  is a restaurant simulation game, and each is available for $5.99.

Rapid Angel and Yakiniku Bugyou Bring Back Import Action

After a few months adjournment, MonkeyPaw Games is pleased to bring you a new batch of subliminally strange Japanese imports for the Playstation®Network Import Store.  New arrivals this week will be Rapid Angel and Yakiniku Bugyou, two titles guaranteed to pull your sense of Asian admiration. These are unique, fresh titles that are coming to digital download for the first time and available at the low price of $5.99 each.
Rapid Angel bleeds Japanese culture.  Anime characters set the scene in this captivating action beat-em-up.  Choose between three heroines, each with their own fighting style and personality.  There is much nuanced charm and detail here, a stylish and well-crafted game.  
But that’s not all. 
There have been many food simulation games over the years.  Something about balancing the art of cooking while pleasing your patrons fits video games well.   The act has that compelling tension that fosters strategy and quick reaction.

So with an extended drumroll we bring you a foodie game of Japanese cuisine and eating etiquette.  Yakiniku Bugyou is a restaurant simulation based on that favorite food, red meat.  Yakiniku are thin slices of a various meats barbequed over flaming charcoal.  Like our upcoming summer project BurgerTime World Tour, this food extravaganza will get you hungry just playing! The frenetic puzzler requires being an extra careful, fast and efficient chef. Just don't overcook the meat and watch your customers for a satisfying result.
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