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News: Forgotten Memories: Sixth Sense Developer Hopes To Bring Game To Wii U

Forgotten Memories: Sixth Sense Developer Hopes To Bring Game To Wii U

Can you sense it?

Psychoz Interactive is hoping to bring survival horror Forgotton Memories: Sixth Sense to the Wii U eShop. The game — which has been made using Unity — has been in development for a couple of years, with the studio now wanting to make plans to bring its work to the Nintendo console. Lead Programmer for Psychoz Interactive...

News: Nintendo To Reveal Its Web Framework For Wii U At GDC

Nintendo To Reveal Its Web Framework For Wii U At GDC

Big N looking to reduce development time for games and applications

The Nintendo Web Framework is due to be unveiled in a panel today entitled "Nintendo Wii U Application Development with HTML and JavaScript" at this week's Game Developer's Conference (GDC). The panel focuses on developing games and applications for Wii U using HTML 5, Javascript...

News: Star Fox Developer: I Wanted To Say "Screw That" To Shigeru Miyamoto

Star Fox Developer: I Wanted To Say "Screw That" To Shigeru Miyamoto

Dylan Cuthbert reveals the magic of working with Nintendo

Star Fox is one of the Super Nintendo's most enduring classics, thanks largely to its ground-breaking use of 3D and tight, immserise gameplay. However, had Dylan Cuthbert — one of the game's key developers — had his way, it might have turned out very differently; something he now admits...

News: Tecmo Koei Slices Team Ninja in Two

Tecmo Koei Slices Team Ninja in Two

The company is reorganising after big profits

Tecmo Koei has been doing pretty well for itself recently. Last year it recorded a net profit of $27.9 million (£17.7 million) between the beginning of October and the end of December, which was a staggering 291.7% increase on the previous quarter. Now the company has announced it is reorganising its...

News: Next Level Games Has A "Top Secret" Title In Development

Next Level Games Has A "Top Secret" Title In Development

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon developer is hard at work

Next Level Games is the Canadian studio behind the upcoming Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and it appears it hasn't been taking any time off after the long development process. According to the LinkedIn profile of Devon Blanchet, a lead designer at the company, there's a "top secret" game that's been...

Developer Interview: Scientifically Proven Is Bringing "Brutal, White Knuckle" Platforming To Wii U

Scientifically Proven Is Bringing "Brutal, White Knuckle" Platforming To Wii U

Former Call of Duty dev announces Blood of the Werewolf for the Wii U eShop

Scientifically Proven Entertainment is a studio which has its fingers in many pies. It produces award-winning apps, content for TV and — possibly most importantly — video games. Speaking of which, it gives us great pleasure to exclusively confirm that the company's...

News: Wii U GamePad "Screams Innovation", Says Project Cars Developer

Wii U GamePad "Screams Innovation", Says Project Cars Developer

More positive comments

The developer behind Project CARS seems pretty pleased with the Wii U GamePad, saying that it "screams innovation" and that it intends to take full advantage of the controller's features. Speaking with NowGamer, Slightly Mad Studios creative director Andy Tudor said: The gamepad just screams new innovations for gameplay and...

News: Dead Island: Riptide Developer Says The Engine "Runs On Wii U Without Any Problems"

Dead Island: Riptide Developer Says The Engine "Runs On Wii U Without Any Problems"

Dev contests publisher Deep Silver's previous stance

At the weekend we reported that Dead Island: Riptide would be skipping the Wii U because a port would require a complete re-write of the game's code. That was the official stance of publisher Deep Silver, but developer Techland has countered the claim by stating that the engine runs perfectly...

News: Next Level Games on Working With Nintendo to Create Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

Next Level Games on Working With Nintendo to Create Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

Miyamoto demanded a multiplayer experience to rival Mario Kart

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon is being released on the 3DS at the end of this month. It's been developed by the Canadian studio Next Level Games, the team behind a host of Nintendo games such as Punch-Out!!, Mario Smash Football and Mario Strikers Charged. There's no doubt that landing the...

Interview: Vblank Entertainment On Bringing a Retro Rampage to WiiWare

Vblank Entertainment On Bringing a Retro Rampage to WiiWare

"It’s a twenty layer dip with something for everyone"

After a lengthy wait and a lingering suspicion that it would never come, Retro City Rampage has arrived on WiiWare, bringing its own blend of old-school game mechanics with a chaotic storytelling style. There are enough parodies and in-jokes to fill a dozen games, and it arrives on the...

News: Pwnee Studios: Nintendo Has Been Great To Work With

Pwnee Studios: Nintendo Has Been Great To Work With

Cloudberry Kingdom studio is "pumped" about working with The Big N

The general feeling from Wii U eShop developers seems to be that Nintendo is a pretty decent company to work with. Cloudberry Kingdom developer Pwnee Studios has reinforced this viewpoint in an interview with Aussie Gamer, where company co-founder TJ Lutz said: Nintendo has been...