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Maestro Working On New Titles For The Wii U eShop

Posted by Orla Madden

Keep 'em coming

At the end of last month, we reported that developer Maestro Interactive Games announced it was bringing Super Ubi Land to the Wii U eShop this Spring, as well as hinting at other projects in the pipeline.

It's now revealed two new titles — Fade into Darkness and Cosmic Highway — for the platform. From last month's report, we knew Maestro was working on Fade Into Darkness for iOS and Android devices, so it's nice to see it'll be released on the Wii U eShop in the future.

The first trailer for Fade Into Darkness will make its début appearance during GDC, with Cosmic Highway featuring in the upcoming Kickstarter campaign for Maestro.

[via twitter.com]

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User Comments (11)

Chunky_Droid

#1

Chunky_Droid said:

Super Ubi Land will delay all your games until September :P

But seriously, nice support from Maestro here :)

Chrono_Cross

#2

Chrono_Cross said:

Visually impressive and something that looks interesting to play, which is good enough for me.

TysonOfTime

#3

TysonOfTime said:

Hmm... One minute they're asking for money for donations for a dev kit, the next they're putting all their games on the system. Nice.

MattL

#4

MattL said:

Impressive :) 3 titles I'm looking forward to hearing more about, particularly 'Fade into Darkness'.

Henmii

#8

Henmii said:

Are you guys sensing something? Namely that A LOT of downloadable games are hitting/considered for Wii u, while almost no Retail games?

All good and well, but downloadable games alone won't convince people to buy a Wii u! More good Wii u Retail games, please!!

By the way: Ubi land looks fun.

arrmixer

#9

arrmixer said:

@Henmii

You make a good point.. Nintendo will bring some good retail games.. but I actually love there indie developers coming through.. Its awesome!

MGGSound

#10

MGGSound said:

We never asked for donations for a development kit, that would be Notion Games that was asking for one before encountering our studio. We have a development kit.

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