During our US team's walk around the showfloor at this year's E3 it has been discovered that XSEED is bringing the indie title Exile's End to the Wii U eShop.
Created by one-man studio Magnetic Realms (in reality Japan-based Australian Matt Fielding), Exile's End takes inspiration from a wide range of sources, including the likes of Another World, Flashback and (in our opinion) Super Metroid.
Billed as a "cinematic platformer" with a uniquely Japanese flair, Exile's End takes place on "a massive, interconnected laboratory and mining complex on a moody, lonely alien world", and expects the player to solve puzzles and overcome issues using a combination of weapons and other items.
According to this Polygon interview from a while back, Fielding has collaborated with Japanese artists to ensure the game has that authentic SNES feel. Ninja Gaiden composer Keiji Yamagishi has also contributed to the game's soundtrack.
You can view the trailer for the Steam version below.