It's no secret that PlatinumGames has an interest in porting The Wonderful 101 to Switch; back in July 2017, the company posted an apparent tease of a Switch port to social media, before publicly asking fans to get on board with the idea the following April. Thankfully, for fans of the game, it doesn't look like this interest is showing any sign of slowing down just yet.

Atsushi Inaba, head producer at PlatinumGames and producer of The Wonderful 101 on Wii U, has reportedly spoken of his desires to release the game on Switch in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine. According to ryokutya2089 (and translated by @bk2128), Inaba mentions that one of his goals for the future is to release the game into the world once again.

In a rather comical twist, Inaba reportedly goes on to mention words previously spoken by PlatinumGames' Hideki Kamiya, joking that the game has only been played by 13 people worldwide. Presumably, the feeling at Platinum is that it deserves a second chance to win over a much larger audience, which is something that the super-popular Switch would hopefully be able to provide. Inaba notes that he wants to "secretly" announce the game for Nintendo's latest machine (although it wouldn't be all that secretive now, of course).

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[source ryokutya2089.com, via twitter.com, nintendoeverything.com]