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Fret Not, A World of Keflings Is Still On Its Way To The Wii U eShop

Posted by Liam Doolan

Will include visual enhancements and all three DLC packs

We might not have heard about A World of Keflings since the start of this year, but the folks at NinjaBee Games have recently reassured Wii U owners via their official Twitter page that the eShop title is indeed on its way to Nintendo’s latest home console.

In addition to the news, Keflings is currently making its way through the final rounds of approval at Nintendo – with a “potential release super soon” – NinjaBee thought it was an appropriate time to reveal some unique features of the Wii U version of the game.

The GamePad map will make it easier to navigate the game’s environments, providing a clearer way of finding buildings, quests, and most importantly – Keflings! GamePad support will also allow for remote access to workshops, and the ability to track information of individual Keflings such as their jobs and skills.

And probably best of all, there’ll be visual enhancements to the Wii U version of the game, along with news that Wii U owners will receive some extra love, in the form of all three DLC kingdom packs.

Let us know if NinjaBee’s latest news regarding the Wii U eShop version of A World of Keflings has got you buzzing in the comments below.

Thanks to Rick for the heads up


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User Comments (22)



Jenraux said:

Should be good, own both of the Kefling games on the Xbox 360, but never had the DLC for this one, might be worth checking out in the future.

If this is the same as the 360 version, it should have 4 player local and online multiplayer as well, which is always a good thing.



Darknyht said:

Really enjoyed the two on the Xbox and probably will pick this one up for the fun of it. I think I had two of the DLCs on the Xbox when I sold it.



ULTRA-64 said:

What's with the big arrow on the top pic saying last gen but pointing at the Wii u screen?? Is that an error and its meant to be pointing at the older screen shot on the left or am I just mixed up?!?



Genesaur said:

@ULTRA-64 For real. And in any case, when a game looks this chunky, what is the point of even trying to make a distinction between the two sets of visuals? I see no difference.

Seriously, that arrow is a little obnoxious. I know it's a bit much to feel offended by something so miniscule, but I can't help it.



aaronsullivan said:

@ULTRA-64 @Genesaur
I see what you mean about the arrow, but I just took at as moving from last generation to the Wii U version.

Also, I know the picture is grainy and low-res but I can still quite easily make out the extra detail in the landscape. It looks far more natural and interesting.



ricklongo said:

It seems like a kind of light-hearted Sim City / Civilization / Lite RPG hybrid. For those who have played it, is that too far off? I'm a fan of all those things, so I'm excited.



ULTRA-64 said:

@aaronsullivan @Genesaur Just had another look and all I can think is an error. The visuals DO look better on the right, the Wii u screen, but I can't believe they were highlighting the change from last gen, it's just too unclear! Couldn't see them dissing the Wii u on their promo shots either.....who knows eh!?!



cyrus_zuo said:

Day 1!
As for the pic, I get the intent of showing WiiU is next gen, but the execution of calling it out on the image is a little off - feel sad they're getting the opposite response of what they wanted here. I'm glad they are improving the game for WiiU owners and am looking forward to it!



HumaneBlaze said:

Day one purchase for me. Always wanted to play this on the 360 but never actually got around to buying it, and with all the new enhancements and included dlc definitely warrants a purchase. And its nice to see a company actually recognize the wiiu as a next gen console



DefHalan said:

I sold my 360 in part of hearing this coming to Wii U, glad it hasn't been canceled... hopefully the Wii U will get some exclusive content as well



brandonbwii said:

I fear this won't have online play. When it does developers tend to want to mention it when it's on a Nintendo system, as it's something not often taken for granted by the userbase.

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