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Be on the lookout for a new announcement from Shin’en. The studio has confirmed an imminent reveal of its next title for Wii U.

According to Shin’en, the announcement will be taking place within the next day.

The company wrote on Twitter:


Mojo Bones has some interest in Wii U

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Mojo Bones, developer of the upcoming 3DS eShop title Siesta Fiesta, has some interest in Nintendo’s latest home console.

Designer Stuart Ryall told Nintendo Life that that the studio is focusing on handhelds for the time being, “but Wii U is something we’d be open to exploring in future.” Siesta Fiesta “would translate well” to the system, he said. Still, Mojo Bones doesn’t have any immediate plans for Wii U.

Ryall said:

“We’re focusing strictly on handheld at the moment, but Wii U is something we’d be open to exploring in future. Siesta Fiesta’s mechanics would translate well to the Wii U so it would be something worth looking at if the 3DS version does well. No current plans though.”


Knite & The Ghost Lights has reached its funding goal on Kickstarter. Last night, the game surpassed its $35,000 target.

That’s good news for Nintendo fans. Now that Knite & The Ghost Lights has been funded, a Wii U version has been secured.


Another indie title, Imagine Me, has been confirmed for Wii U. KinifiGames hopes to have the platforming dungeon adventure – “Spelunky mixed with Zelda” – out on the eShop in February 2014.

Imagine Me will make use of the GamePad so that the dungeon map can always be displayed. The Wii U version could receive content updates to expand the game’s scope if Nintendo allows for it similar tot he PC version, KinifiGames says.

Imagine Me is Wii U-only in terms of Nintendo platforms. While KinifiGames founder Chris Figueroa is a big 3DS fan, it’s “not in the cards” for now.

Figueroa told Nintendo Life.

“I’d love to but right now that’s not in the cards. I’ve always loved my 3DS and if I was ever given the chance to bring Imagine Me or any game I make to 3DS I would.”


Jett Rocket II is just 70MB

Posted on 3 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News | 2 Comments | 0 Likes

Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai takes up just a tiny amount of space on an SD card. Developer Shin’en has confirmed via Twitter that the game clocks in at only 70MB.

The tweet reads:

For a game that’s as technically-impressive as Jett Rocket II, that’s incredibly small!


Defender’s Quest is looking very likely for both 3DS and Wii U. A 3DS version is all but confirmed, and creator Lars Doucet also confirmed on Twitter that has a Wii U dev kit.

Doucet also said he’s looking into the possibility of cross-buy support between Wii U and 3DS:

As far as cross-buy between Wii U and PC goes, the chances of that happening aren’t so high. It’s not something that should be expected, understandably.

Thanks to mahdi g for the tip.


Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai is gearing up for its launch on the 3DS eShop. Shin’en is currently “preparing the release”, and hopes to have it ready to go within the next few weeks. The game should be out by the end of November at the latest.

Jett Rocket II is also coming to Japan, Shin’en has confirmed to us. If possible, the studio hopes it will be available in the country along with the rest of the world.

We also have a tiny tidbit about Shin’en’s Wii U plans. We do know that one project will be revealed soon. Shin’en has also reconfirmed the existence of a second new Wii U title, which will be revealed later this year.

A couple of new Jett Rocket II screenshots showing one of the game’s bosses can be found below.



EDGE has been approved for release on Wii U, Two Tribes has revealed. Nintendo gave the green light only recently.

As written by Two Tribes on Twitter:

EDGE is one of three classic Two Tribes titles coming to Wii U. The first, Toki Tori, should be out this month if all goes well. RUSH is also in the pipeline.


A rather interesting reward tier has been added to the Boogerman 20th Anniversary Kickstarter. Those who pledge $40 or more will receive access to a new two-player co-op mode featuring Earthworm Jim. Exclusive levels and a t-shirt are also included as part of the pledge.

You can find more information in the official Kickstarter update notice here.

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