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Another round of footage is in for Shutshimi, which hit the North American Wii U eShop yesterday. Take a look at the newest video below.

Choice Provisions brought Shutshimi to the Wii U eShop yesterday. Below, you’ll find a half hour of footage.

Today, Choice Provisions announced a final release date for Shutshimi on Wii U. The title will be distributed as an eShop game on February 4.

Shutshimi will support off-TV play. Additionally, the game includes 4-player local co-op.

Here’s the news published on Choice Provisions’ Twitter page:


A listing on PEGI, a ratings board in Europe, reveals that Choice Provisions is working on a Wii U version of Tharsis. The company previously expressed interest in porting it over, but this is the first confirmation we have that it’s actually happening. An official announcement will likely be made soon.

If you haven’t heard of Tharsis before, the following overview should come in handy:

“Earth’s first Mars mission should have been 300 days to glory. But Yuri only made it to 170, and we lost Allison after 105. Turns out, life in space is just that: life, with moods and jealousies and infuriating little failures. Only you’re a few million miles from civilization, so humanity’s frailties also happen to be deadly.

Tharsis is a turn-based, perma-death, realistic space strategy game. With dice. And cannibalism. It puts you in control of the first-ever mission to Mars, just as it’s struck by a meteor storm.

But some part of you knows this landing is possible. In fact, the more you think about those signals from the Tharsis region, the less you believe you’d be first to set foot there…

Defy the odds, make the difficult decisions, and embark on the most important rescue mission in all of mankind.”

And here’s a lengthy look at the game:


Choice Provisions put out some screenshots from Space Dave! today. We’ve rounded them up below.

Shift DX heading to 3DS

Posted on 8 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 6 Comments

Choice Provisions, Fishing Cactus, and Moragami are teaming up to create Shift DX for 3DS.

Shift 1 and 2 are a pair of classic puzzle-platforming games. The new title for 3DS, Shift DX, will feature levels from both versions along with 100 new ones. That’s on top of a new Shift Challenge gameplay mode, a level editor with shareable QR codes, “Pop-Art” and “Classic” visual modes, and unlockable playable avatars from indie games.

Shift DX is coming “soon” to 3DS physically and digitally. Read on below for a full overview.

Shift DX marks the return of the classic Shift series. The game will feature all of the levels contained in Shift 1 and 2, along with 100 all-new levels designed specially for this release.

Many have tried to emulate the gameplay of Shift since its first release in 2008, but none have managed to capture the frantic, mind-bending nature of the series. Players are tasked with making their way through a series of perplexing rooms, equipped with nothing more than their ability to “shift” the playing field. Is a wall blocking you from progressing? Flip that level upside down and turn that wall into a pit! 

Of course, that’s only the beginning of the challenges players will encounter in Shift DX. The road to victory is paved with mysterious items, complex environmental puzzles, and a variety of deadly traps.

Shift DX is coming soon to Nintendo 3DS. Both digital and physical releases are planned.


The first teaser trailer has come in for Space Dave!, and we have official confirmation that it will be on both Wii U and 3DS. Find the video below.

Space Dave! will be available later this year.

A little bit of footage has come in showing the Wii U version of Woah Dave!, which hit the North American eShop today. View the video below.

A new trailer for Shutshimi has come online today. We’ve gone ahead and attached the video below.

Update (8/13): Bumped to the top. Woah Dave! will support the GamePad, Wii U Pro Controller, Wii Remote, and Classic Controller.

Original (8/12): Choice Provisions has determined a final release date for Woah Dave! on Wii U. Today, the company announced that the game will be available on the eShop starting on August 20.

Woah Dave! will make full use of cross-buy. If you purchased it previously on 3DS, the Wii U version will be free.


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