It seems Exit has left the building...or factory, we should say, and has started its distribution run across the robot and ninja-inhabited landscape of Japan. The official site for Taito's puzzler is also live and apparently already offering the first of several downloadable packs, which suggests extended playability for the visually-lauded title.
A hands-on playtest by GameSpot at TGS revealed that the game lets you assume the role of a rescuer who aids building tenants to safety by successfully navigating a series of firetraps and hazards. The trailer for the game implies slightly differently, however, since it mostly deals with what seems to be a groin-cupping, cheating husband about to get the beatdown from his raging spouse. It's funny, though; and weird, although that wouldn't be the first time we've ever used both to describe something that's come from Japan's gaming industry.
There are no active plans to bring the game to the US or Europe, but we'd be lying if we said we weren't plenty interested in seeing it come over.