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Back in July of last year, indie developer Squad announced that Wii U version of their game Kerbal Space Program would be available “this Winter”. Well, we are now in the middle of that Winter, but the game is nowhere to be seen on Wii U. In fact, it looks like the Wii U version might be cancelled for good. Here’s what Squad’s community manager had to say on their official forums on the topic:

“The industry landscape changed since we made that announcement. Although we were excited to release this port, external factors are forcing us to reevaluate if it is the right move for Kerbal Space Program. It is still to soon to give you a definite decision, so we’ll give you more detailed information in the future.”

Still a fairly vague answer and no definitive confirmation that the Wii U version has been cancelled, but it’s seems fairly likely that that is what’s going to happen eventually. We will keep you updated on the matter – perhaps Squad will do what many other developers have done and shift their focus towards a Switch version of the game instead.

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Wee Man Studios announced today that Lifespeed is finally coming to the 3DS eShop next month. The game is now officially pinned down for February. Watch the launch trailer below.

The launch of forma.8, the latest game from Futuridium EP Deluxe developer MixedBag Games, was targeted for February after a development of almost three years.

And now they have just confirmed that forma.8 will definitely meet that launch window, coming out on Wii U sometime next month. Having passed both Nintendo of America and Europe processes, it’s only a matter of time before they divulge the day it will launch on Wii U.

A port of forma.8 for 3DS is also planned for a future date.

A bunch of gameplay has appeared for tomorrow’s 3DS eShop release Candy, Please! Take a look at 18 minutes of footage below.

The 3DS version of Elliot Quest has taken longer than expected. It was originally planned for last year, but it sort of fell off the map since the original announcement. However, a tweet from creator Luis Zuno confirms that it’s still happening.

Zuno shared a brief look at Elliot Quest running on 3DS earlier today. Additionally, he says it’s releasing “very soon.”

The full tweet is as follows:


Three more games are heading to Switch for the console’s launch. World of Goo, Little Inferno, and Human Resource Machine will all be out on March 3.

World of Goo previously ended up on Wii, while Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine were originally made for Wii U. New to the Switch versions is a Soundtrack Mode. Here, “players can explore Kyle Gabler’s wonderfully bizarre music in this special mode”.

For those who haven’t heard about these titles previously, here’s a look at each one:


Nefarious could be the latest indie game to jump ship from Wii U to Switch.

In a Kickstarter update, StarBlade Games talks about how cancelling Nefarious’ Wii U version is being considered. Switch would obviously be taking its place. To decide on which direction to take, the team is currently asking fans about what they believe is the best course of action.

StarBlade’s Kickstarter update contains the following note:

“The release of the Switch is certainly throwing a monkey wrench into things. We have our Wii U dev kit, and we really want to do a release on it. But like many devs in our situation, we’ve been considering pivoting our stance and focusing on the Switch as opposed to the Wii U. However, we wanted this to be a discussion with our backers. Is this something you would like to see?”


Candy, Please! file size

Posted on 5 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Nostatic Software is bringing Candy, Please! to the 3DS eShop on Thursday. To download the game, 259 blocks of free space is required. That amounts to just 32.375 MB.


Plantera trailer

Posted on 5 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, Videos, Wii U eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Plantera is due out soon on both Wii U and 3DS as an eShop title. Ratalaika Games published a trailer today, which we have below.

Lucky Mountain Games confirmed over the weekend that its upcoming project Racing Apex will be on Switch. However, it hasn’t been cancelled for Wii U. According to the game’s developer, that version is still in the pipeline.


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