According to the latest issue of Nintendo Power, there is no plans for a Wii U verison of Epic Mickey 2.
Warren Spector of Junction Point stated when asked about the Wii U version of the game:
“We’ve certainly thought about it. It’s a really interesting piece of hardware. Unfortunately, we were already too far into development by the time it was announced. So there’s just no way we could get it out by the time Wii U launches. I mean, who knows what’s going to happen in the future? But for right now, there are no plans. There is all sorts of fun stuff we could do with that controller, though.”
Last night on Nintendo’s Japanese website, the craziest thing happened. The Wii U release schedule was updated for the first time in a long time, and it listed two games coming to the Virtual Console marketplace the following day: Banjo-Kazooie and Blast Corps (under its original name Blast Dozer). Immediately,
Attention those of you still using the Wii U, whoever you might be: you have just a few months left to upload your original level creations to Super Mario Maker. Nintendo announced this week the upload ability will be removed from the game on March 31, 2021 (there’s that March
Last year VBlank Entertainment released Shakedown Hawaii, their sequel to the nutty 80s-themed Retro City Rampage…a top-down shooter adventure modeled after the first GTA game and flavored with endless 8-bit gamer in jokes. Shakedown Hawaii, released in 2019, is more of the same but with more options. Last year VBlank
At the very moment, the whole world is watching Australia suffer due to the unprecedented, disastrous bushfire activity. Tate Multimedia wants to unite with Australia in this especially difficult hour. They feel obliged to help, as Australia with its wildlife is the motherland of Kao the Kangaroo – the main