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Shin'en Licensed to Develop for Wii U

Posted by James Newton

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German developer Shin'en Multimedia is licensed to develop for Wii U.

The team behind WiiWare hits Art of Balance, FAST Racing League, Jett Rocket recently updated its home page with the following message:

Welcome to Shin'en's web-site. If you're interested in our services and productions, you've come to the right place.
Shin'en was founded in 1999. We develop high quality games for WiiU, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Color using proprietary tools.

Considering some of the fantastic graphics Shin'en has squeezed out of Wii we can't wait to see what it comes up with on Wii U.

[via shinen.com]

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User Comments (15)

TrueWiiMaster

#7

TrueWiiMaster said:

I want them to make Jett Rocket 2, but this time make it bigger, longer, more creative, and more fun. That would be a great addition to either the 3DS eshop (imagine gliding around in 3D!) or future WiiUware service.

C-Olimar

#8

C-Olimar said:

I'd just like to point out that the only one of their WiiWare games currently without a sequel coming to the 3DS is FAST, so hopefully we'll see that soon :D

OldBoy

#11

OldBoy said:

Yes,where the hell is Nano Assault??
This is good news though ,they seem like a talented bunch.

RantingThespian

#13

RantingThespian said:

The Wii U keeps looking better and better with all these developers signing up. I thought Jett Rocket was ok, but I LOVED Fast.

ToxieDogg

#14

ToxieDogg said:

This is good news, Art Of Balance was good and FAST Racing League was awesome. Looking forward to seeing what they put out in the future. :)

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