Robot Knight has shown some interest in releasing Wind-up Knight on Wii U and 3DS.
One fan asked the studio on Twitter if it has any plans to release the game on Nintendo’s platforms. Robot Knight would “love to do it,” though no commitment was made.
Robot Knight’s tweet in full:
@AlwaysNinty Every one of us has shipped games for various Nintendo platforms, and we'd love to do it. Maybe someday!
— Robot Invader (@robotinvader) March 7, 2014
Fuzzy Wuzzy Games’ Armillo has been delayed. The game, originally slated for March 24, is now moving back to May 12.
With the extra time, Fuzzy Wuzzy will enhance the quality of some of Armillo’s levels. Audio/visuals will also be polished, and any remaining bugs/issues will be addressed.
You can find Fuzzy Wuzzy Games’ full announcement below.
Famitsu put up a preview of New LovePlus+ earlier this week, which contains a few new screenshots and details about Konami’s love sim. You can find them below.
- Use the 3DS mic to enjoy conversations with a girl that you choose in LovePlus mode
- Topic varies based on their moods
- They’ll call you out according to certain time settings you have the game set to
- Can play 3 different mini-games with them
- These include TwinBee, where you’ll be able to team up or compete with your New LovePlus+ lady
- “Anywhere Date” mode: use the 3DS camera to take a picture and make your own original date course with your girlfriend
- Can tweak the season, time, weather, feeling, and more
- Transfer data from LovePlus and LovePlus+ to this game
- Tool will be available from the eShop
- Keiji Inafune: executive producer and action supervisor
- Yoshihisa Tsuda (Mega Man X2, Mega Man Zero): director
- Yoshitaka Hatakeyama (Mega Man 9): art
- Takuya Aizu (Mighty No. 9, various Mega Man titles): producer
- Ippo Yamada (Mega Man/Mega Man Zero games): music
- Gunvolt’s basic attacks are from his “Dart Leader” shots
- These shots don’t do too much damage but can lock on to multiple targets
- As previously mentioned, you can hold down the shot button for consecutive attacks
- Gunvolt’s electric attack is Raigeki-rin/Thunderbolt Ring
- This sets up an electric barrier around him
- When enemies touch the ring, they’ll slowly take damage over time
- Lock on to a target before activating the ring to launch a powerful electric attack
- Launch several lightning attacks that increase the total damage outut
- It can also be used to attack multiple targets
- The Raigeki-rin can also give you a hovering ability, and it can also be used to block enemy missiles and other projectile attacks
- Gunvolt has mid-air jumps and air-dashes
- Other actions can be unlocked as well
- Gunvolt can use Voltic Chain, one of his special attacks
- Once you launch it, it’ll cover the entire area in chains, followed by a high voltage attack to all enemies on the screen
- Daytona is one of the game’s foes
- Daytona’s abilities will be all about explosions
- He’ll be throwing a mix of explosive attacks along with some more that involve footwork
- Daytona has a sliding attack that’s said to have a super fast approach,
- He’ll be throwing various explosives at you, so using the electric barrier will be crucial in this fight
- Daytona also has a horseback mode, which allows him to use more special skills
- He’ll also have a special attack that takes up the entire screen
- Melac is another enemy
- Melac uses tricky attacks with his wormhole abilities
- Melac rides his hovering chair during the fight, and will place different “wormholes” with tricky attacks
- Damage him a bit and he’ll start throwing giant punches through the wormholes
- His special attack consists of blasting lasers all over the screen with multiple wormholes