Nintendo Everything: Wii U eShop

Blood Alloy in the works for Wii U

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Suppressive Fire Games originally took its 2D Metroidvania project “Blood Alloy” to Kickstarter last year. Unfortunately, the project fell well short of its goal.

Suppressive Fire Games has returned with “Blood Alloy: Returns”, a “combo-multiplier-based score-chaser, similar in scope to Luftrausers or Geometry Wars.” While working on Returns, the team hopes to also continue making the original Blood Alloy – a new Metroidvania title that is expected on Wii U.

You can get a look at Blood Alloy in the video above.

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XBridge heading to the Wii U eShop in Q1 2015

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Varia Games has been working hard on ReVeN – a new 2D shooter/platformer for a few platforms including Wii U. The indie developer has also been creating XBridge. This was originally planned as a mini-game set in ReVeN’s universe as a means to hold fans over until the main game launched in 2016. However, it’s now being made into a standalone title.

XBridge will feature a number of elements like Conquest mode (join the I.S.T.O or E.G.R Faction and fight to destroy the enemy armada), arcade mode, and story mode. There’s also a level editor, 2-player co-op, and more.

XBridge is targeted for Q1 2015. Like ReVeN, it will be released on Wii U.

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Stealth Inc 2 patch fixes hats issue

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Curve Studios released a patch for Stealth Inc 2. It’s on the minor side of things, as the update simply addresses an issue with hats.

Curve Studios shared Stealth Inc 2’s patch news on Twitter earlier today:



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Natsume publishing Shadow of the Ninja on Virtual Console next year

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Natsume confirmed on Twitter that the fast-paced NES sidescroller Shadow of the Ninja will release on the US 3DS and Wii U Virtual Console in early 2015. Known in Europe as “Blue Shadow”, the game is already available on the Wii Virtual Console, but it’ll be nice to have it on the other two platforms. No, the in-game graphics don’t look anything like the box art pictured above.