Not a pint of Guinness in sight

When the WiiWare service was launched, the remit was to make it easier for independent developers to bring their creations to the Nintendo platform and thus, making it possible for more people to enjoy their games. In keeping with that philosophy, Golgoth Studio is proud to announce that it is working in collaboration with Konjak to develop and publish Noitu Love 2 for WiiWare.

Noitu Love 2: Devolution is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up that has been available for the PC for almost two years now, and it seems likely that the mouse-controlled reticule will be converted to a Wii Remote pointer system when it's ported over. So if you like your side-scrollers frantic and action-packed, this should one for you to look out for.

It is not yet known whether the game will drop the 'Devolution' suffix when it is released later this year, if it is a straight port or an 'updated version', or how many points it will cost - but if you want to see this game in action, check out the trailer for the original Noitu Love 2 at the end of this article.

On a side note, the game will run on the Golgoth Engine and will be powered by the Golgoth World Editor. The 2D technology will become available to independent game studios and communities from September onwards, and it is this kind of openness that is a direct reflection of their love of the 2D genre so why not show them some support in building a strong 2D community?