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Noitu Love: Devolution

Nintendo has posted a short video to their YouTube channel with Joakim Sandberg, the developer of Noitu Love: Devolution.

In the video, Joakim gives a short introduction to the story and gameplay of Noitu Love; Devolution, and how the Wii U and 3DS utilize some unique methods to control and play the game such as touch screen controls or the Wii Remote. You can view the full video below.


Update (9/15): 3DS file size is 330 blocks, or 41.25MB.

Original (9/14): Noitu Love: Devolution finally launches on the North American Wii U eShop tomorrow, and in Europe next week. On Wii U, the size clocks in at just 71MB. We don’t have the 3DS size yet, but it should be small as well.


Noitu Love: Devolution is out today on the North American Wii U/3DS eShops, followed by Europe next week. View the launch trailer below.

Thanks to Nintendo Hall, we have another look at Noitu Love: Devolution on Wii U. View 17 minutes of gameplay in the video below.

IGN has given us another look at Noitu Love: Devolution with six more minutes of footage. Take a look at the latest video below.

GameXplain has another half hour off footage from Noitu Love: Devolution. Check out additional footage from the indie game below.

Additional footage has surfaced of the Wii U / 3DS indie title Noitu Love: Devolution. Watch gameplay from Stage 4 (with its boss) below.

Noitu Love: Devolution is now confirmed to be launching on September 15 in North America. Have a look at some new screenshots from the game below plus a fact sheet.

New footage of Noitu Love: Devolution is in showing the game’s first stage. Have a look at that in the video below.

Noitu Love: Devolution was announced for Wii U and 3DS towards the very end of last year. The latest we heard had it targeted for release in March/April on Nintendo’s platforms, but that obviously didn’t happen. Fortunately, the game is still coming.

Mathias Kærlev provided an update on Twitter yesterday, and confirmed that the 3DS version is done. It should be out in early July if all goes well.

As for Wii U, Kærlev had this to say: