Tough-as-nails platformer 1001 Spikes has earned its share of die-hard (and often) fans. However, a seemingly consistent criticism of the Wii U version among players, and also mentioned in our review, is the lack of off-TV play.
But publisher Nicalis has been listening, and have tweeted that a free update in the near future will bring the challenge of 1001 Spikes to the GamePad:
Wii U 1001 Spikes off-screen play currently in progress for an upcoming free update. Because YOU asked for it! pic.twitter.com/QW7rgDQM8N— Nicalis, Inc. (@nicalis) June 13, 2014
Nicalis founder Tyrone Rodriguez has come out as not favoring the GamePad in the past, but this update is showing a willingness to set his opinions aside for audience preference:
@AndeeGarces If players want to play a certain way, then they should be able to play that way— Tyrone Rodriguez (@tyronerodriguez) June 13, 2014
Will you be taking the Wii U version of 1001 Spikes to the small screen in the future? Let us know.