Wii U eShop Interviews - Page 2

Interview: Designer Luc Bernard Talks Wii U And Crowdfunding His Vision

Designer Luc Bernard Talks Wii U And Crowdfunding His Vision

The man behind Eternity's Child is back

Remember Luc Bernard? He's the guy behind Eternity's Child — the WiiWare title that never was — and has since produced a string of titles such as Mecho Wars and SteamPirates on iOS and Android. A long-time fan of Nintendo, Bernard has been watching the recent developments on the Wii U and 3DS with...

News: DuckTales: Remastered Soundtrack "Deserves a Release Outside of the Game"

DuckTales: Remastered Soundtrack "Deserves a Release Outside of the Game"

Capcom Producer shares his hopes with us

DuckTales: Remastered arrived on the Wii U eShop in North America on 13th August, with the European release set for 15th August, so gamers young and old have a chance to revisit one of the most iconic games to grace the NES. It created a lot of buzz when in was announced earlier in the year, of course, with...

Exclusive: Conker's Bad Fur Day Creator Chris Seavor Is Bringing Rusty Pup To Wii U

Conker's Bad Fur Day Creator Chris Seavor Is Bringing Rusty Pup To Wii U

Fellow ex-Rare developer Shawn Pile also involved

A short time ago, we posted a news piece regarding Chris Seavor's plans for the Wii U. He hinted on Twitter that Nintendo's console could figure in his plans, and we can now exclusively reveal that he wasn't kidding — Gory Detail's next game — following the iOS title Parashoot Stan — will be...

Developer Interview: Dark Tonic Games On The "Awesome Potential" Of The Wii U

Dark Tonic Games On The "Awesome Potential" Of The Wii U

"Nintendo has been making it easier and easier for smaller studios"

Dark Tonic Games may be a young studio, but it's made up of seasoned developers with plenty of experience under their belts. We can exclusively reveal that Dark Tonic has been approved as a Wii U eShop developer, and we've secured an interview with Creative Director Eric Boosman...

News: DuckTales: Remastered Focus Testing Reveals That Kids Don't Know Jack These Days

DuckTales: Remastered Focus Testing Reveals That Kids Don't Know Jack These Days

Capcom speaks on the challenges of selling old titles to new audiences

The original DuckTales NES title is over twenty years old now, and the cartoon which inspired it just as ancient. While the announcement of DuckTales: Remastered clearly put a lot of smiles on the faces of 30-something players who recall when they first experienced the 8-bit...

Developer Interview: Neko Entertainment on Kung Fu Rabbit's Wii U Debut

Neko Entertainment on Kung Fu Rabbit's Wii U Debut

Bunny basher

Last week we were able to exclusively reveal Neko Entertainment's second Wii U eShop title, 2D platformer Kung Fu Rabbit. It's a big-screen conversion of an iOS / Android game that was released in 2012, and features the martial arts-trained bunny battling against Universal Evil in an attempt to rescue his colony of kidnapped...

Developer Interview: Yacht Club Games On Shovel Knight And Loving Nintendo

Yacht Club Games On Shovel Knight And Loving Nintendo

"We grew up playing Nintendo games on the NES and SNES"

Yesterday we reported that Yacht Club Games' Kickstarter campaign for Shovel Knight had hit its funding target with two weeks to spare. Fresh from this success, studio founder Sean Velasco kindly took some time out of his busy schedule to speak to us about the split from WayForward...

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...

Developer Interview: Uncade's David Byers Talks Another Castle And His Love Of Nintendo

Uncade's David Byers Talks Another Castle And His Love Of Nintendo

"I think the Wii U is going to be a really indie-friendly platform"

As we exclusively reported a short time ago, Uncade's Another Castle is coming to the Wii U eShop in 2014. An old-school platform epic designed to test your reflexes and tickle your nostalgia-bone, the game is the work of just one man: David Byers. Fresh from announcing that...

News: Side-Scrolling Fighter Dusty Raging Fist Is Punching Its Way To The Wii U eShop This Year

Side-Scrolling Fighter Dusty Raging Fist Is Punching Its Way To The Wii U eShop This Year

Inspired by Double Dragon, Streets of Rage and Devil May Cry

There was once a time when titles like Final Fight, Streets of Rage, Golden Axe and Double Dragon were the biggest draws in gaming, but the side-scrolling fighting genre has been unfairly sidelined of late. Thankfully, Singapore-based PD Design Studio is doing its best to turn things...

Developer Interview: Ambient Studios On The Possibility Of Bringing Death Inc. To Wii U

Ambient Studios On The Possibility Of Bringing Death Inc. To Wii U

"Vote with your wallets!"

Last week, we reported that Ambient Studios — the team behind Kickstarter title Death Inc. — were considering bringing the game to the Wii U eShop. Soon after the story went live, Ambient director and co-founder Jonny Hopper got in touch with us to explain a bit more about his company and the long-term aspirati

Developer Interview: Why The 90's Arcade Racer Is The Ultimate Love Letter To Sega's Daytona USA

Why The 90's Arcade Racer Is The Ultimate Love Letter To Sega's Daytona USA

Antonis Pelekanos talks exclusively about the hottest racer on the Wii U eShop

The news that The 90's Arcade Racer is coming to the Wii U eShop courtesy of Nicalis has pretty much made our week — this colourful love letter to Sega's arcade racers is shaping up to be one of our most eagerly-awaited download releases of 2013. We spoke to the...

Developer Interview: WaterMelon On Kickstarter, Nintendo And Bringing Pier Solar To The Wii U

WaterMelon On Kickstarter, Nintendo And Bringing Pier Solar To The Wii U

"Working with Nintendo is much easier than one would think"

We reported last year that WaterMelon's 16-bit RPG Pier Solar would be gracing the Wii U in the near future, having secured funding for a HD remake via Kickstarter. The team is busy working on the HD version as we speak, so we thought it would be a good time to get in touch and talk...

News: Neko Entertainment Discusses The Possibility Of Further Wii U Support

Neko Entertainment Discusses The Possibility Of Further Wii U Support

Games for 3DS not ruled out, either

Neko Entertainment released Puddle on the Wii U eShop in time for the launch of the the next generation console across Europe, and since then has been making quite a splash with gamers. It's only been over a month since its release, but that hasn't stopped Neko's QA Manager Sébastien Chipot-Delys discussing...

Developer Interview: Fuzzy Wuzzy Games Talks Armillo And Developing For The Wii U eShop

Fuzzy Wuzzy Games Talks Armillo And Developing For The Wii U eShop

Rolling ever onwards

Yesterday we exclusively broke the news that Fuzzy Wuzzy Games' Armillo is coming to the Wii U eShop. Keen to know more about the development and history of this interesting title, we sat down with James Saito and Yanni Fyssas for a little chat. Nintendo Life: Can you give us a bit of information on your respective...

News: Nano Assault Neo Developer Lavishes More Praise On Wii U

Nano Assault Neo Developer Lavishes More Praise On Wii U

Shin'en clearly pleased with Nintendo's new hardware

We know that Shin'en Multimedia - the studio behind the Wii U eShop title Nano Assault Neo - is fond of Nintendo's latest console, because we spoke to the company recently about developing for it. However, Shin'en is clearly a very pro-Wii U firm, as the Manfred Linzner has recently spoken to...

Developer Interview: Tomorrow Corporation on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Tomorrow Corporation on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

It's Little Inferno just for Wii (U, and PC)

So, Little Inferno, what can be said about it? Our own review stated that "it's as much a sandbox or digital toy as it is a game", with the simple fact that the experience can basically be summarised as burning stuff. There's money to earn and collect, as well as puzzle combos to figure out, but it's a...

Developer Interview: WayForward Technologies on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

WayForward Technologies on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

High and Mighty

Californian developer WayForward Technologies is a long-time supporter of Nintendo and its hardware. Often noted for its proficiency with 2D, the company has worked on all manner of titles on several Nintendo platforms, from licenced games to its own original properties such as Shantae and the Mighty series. For the launch of the...

Developer Interview: Broken Rules on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Broken Rules on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Taking flight

While the launch line-up of download-only games on the Wii U eShop features some multi-platform releases or exclusives from studios well-known to Nintendo enthusiasts, Chasing Aurora is potentially in a category of its own. Broken Rules had previously released its highly regarded PC title And Yet It Moves on WiiWare, but may not...

Developer Interview: Shin'en Multimedia on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Shin'en Multimedia on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Neo beginnings

Shin'en Multimedia is a developer likely to be well-known to Nintendo download enthusiasts, with the company having made multiple appearances on Wii and 3DS, in particular. Some of its releases, such as Jett Rocket and Art of Balance TOUCH!, have been among the best titles on WiiWare and the 3DS eShop, respectively, while the small...

Developer Interview: Neko Entertainment on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Neko Entertainment on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

The cat meows

Neko Entertainment has been ever-present on Nintendo consoles since it was formed in 1999. Based near Paris, France, the developer has created both retail and digital download games for most major systems of the last decade, from Nintendo 64 right through to Wii U. In something of a coup for the outfit, Neko secured a place in Wii U...

Developer Interview: Frozenbyte on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Frozenbyte on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

A not-so frosty reception

Over the last few months, Nintendo has displayed a significant shift in its attitude towards digital distribution and online in general. On 3DS we've seen the addition of downloadable retail games, a more regular stream of demos and downloadable content for first party titles. Wii U looks set to extend this approach...