Namco’s joint venture with Ninja Theory on the not-so-highly anticipated Enslaved: Odyssey to West ended with poor sales-figures and moderate review scores. The holiday season isn’t over with yet and Namco is looking to boost their corporate sales with their newest game Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom. The company sent out word that alongside Splatterhouse, their more family friendly adventure title is currently available for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

As stated in the press release…
Wrapped in an emotional journey of courage and friendship, Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom takes players on a majestic adventure as Tepeu, a cunning individual who must rely on his agility to triumph over increasing obstacles. What he lacks in might, his towering companion makes up for with his colossal size and brawn. As players progress through the game's lush environments, the Majin will continue to acquire additional abilities that will provide access to previously obstructed areas.

Majin has an interesting art-style – although not quite as distinct as Ninja Theory’s Enslaved -- gamers will find the lush environments and detailed maps like a throwback to classic platform-puzzle titles like The Lost Generation or Flashback.

What’s more is that this platform-puzzle title is rather cost-effective, with a price tag of only $39.99 as opposed to some of its rivals that carry the $59.99 price tag. You can grab the game from any local retailer for the Xbox 360 or the PS3. You can learn more about the game by hitting up the Official Website.

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