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n-Space still wants to pursue Winter, possibly for Wii U, 3DS FPS interest

Posted on April 18, 2012 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News, Wii, Wii U

GameReactor has published an interview with n-Space’s Dan O’Leary at iDÉAME 2012. The co-founder opened up on a couple of topics.

Remember the “dark” Wii game Winter? It was cancelled a number of years ago due to a lack of interest from publishers. n-Space pitched the project two times, but publishers felt that such a game wouldn’t fit on the console.

This is what Winter looked like in 2009.

That being said, n-Space would like to pursue the idea in the future. Dan O’Leary said that it could be considered for Wii U, and may ask for fan support through Kickstarter.

Dan O’Leary noted:

“You know, there’s Wii U coming out and maybe that changes things. And we’re definitely interested in pursuing Winter at some point. With things like Kickstarter…”

n-Space developed a number of first-person shooters for the DS. The studio hasn’t been involved with the genre on Nintendo’s newest portable up to this point, but the studio would “love to make a FPS for the 3DS” in the future.


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