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I know, I know, you all were really looking forward to Cave Story 3D brightening up your life in August and filling the void that has been imbedded into your existence due to the piss poor economy, bad politics and the unsettling state of world affairs. Well, the void must remain empty a little while longer because Cave Story 3D has been delayed.

According to GameSpot, NIS America is pushing the game back for the number one reason any game gets pushed back: polish. And you know how publishers like their games polished enough so that they shine with the intent to blind.

NIS America producer Jack Niida further cemented the news of the delay with the following comment…
"We are currently undergoing improvements to enhance gameplay. Changes are in the small details, but in order to satisfy both the fans and the new players we need to make sure the game is done right. Please look forward to it this holiday season,"

Cave Story was originally a freeware indie project that captivated the heart and souls of gamers around the globe with its ugly throwback NES graphics and adorably hideous 8-bit soundtrack, gamers fell in love with the purporsefully nostalgic platformer. The game went on to achieve further success on the Wii and the DS and soon after Nippon Ichi moved forward to help produce a full scale 3D version of the popular game for the Nintendo 3DS.

The new release date for Cave Story 3D is now November 8th, and it will be competing with a lot of other heavy hitters as well. You can learn more about Cave Story 3D by paying a visit to NIS America’s Official Website.

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