- Release Date
- 19th Oct 2009, 1,000 points (USA)
- 9th Oct 2009, 1,000 points (UK/EU)
- Controller Support
- Nunchuk + Wii Remote
- Feature Support
- Official Site
About This Game
2008’s award winning* ‘LostWinds’ experience returns to WiiWare™ bursting with major new gameplay elements and all-new, expansive settings and story, as Toku and Enril the Wind Spirit’s adventure takes them to the Chilling Peaks and Melodia City to rescue Toku’s mother.
Instantly Transform Mistralis between Summer and Winter
Sonté Spirit of Seasons’ powerful gift lets you instantly transform Mistralis at will between Summer and Winter – you’ll harness the brilliance of nature as you venture across frozen Winter ponds and waterfalls that become deep, teeming Summer pools and chambers in which to dive and unlock secrets, whilst freezing or dousing enemies and using the very air itself to form snowballs and moisture-laden clouds.
Incredible New Cyclone Power
Mastery of Enril’s re-discovered incredible cyclone power will be vital in your adventure across Mistralis, using it to transport Toku, smash powerful enemies and even drill through the rock around you.
A New Adventure Awaits You…
Your quest to rescue Toku’s mother becomes a race against time, taking you through picturesque Summerfalls Village, which has been beset by an eternal winter, and the Chilling Peaks in search of the magnificent Melodia City. You’ll come to realize that Magdi’s immediate fate has been entwined with that of the ancient Melodia people centuries ago by the shadowy hand of Balasar…
Explore Richly Interactive New Areas of Mistralis
You’ll need to use your amazing new abilities, plus all Enril’s power from the first game, to guide Toku through the diverse, magical and richly interactive new areas of Mistralis and protect him from new minions and a powerful, poisonous adversary sent by Balasar to thwart you in your battle to lift the curse and save Mistralis.
LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias offers a fresh, rewarding and explorative gameplay experience that makes exceptional use of the Wii’s controller, with quality to match the very best Wii disc games.