Little Devil Inside has reached its first stretch goal on Kickstarter, which means that the upcoming 3D RPG is officially coming to Wii U. Developed by Neostream, Little Devil Inside throws players into a surreal setting with humans, creatures and monsters to interact with. It tells stories about people with ‘unusual’ jobs such as hunting monsters and what happens in their everyday life doing so.
If you’re still on the fence about getting Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition for Nintendo 3DS, perhaps its newly-released accolades trailer will convince you to buy it. Available now in stores and on the Nintendo eShop, the game features two puzzle RPGs. In Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition, players get to travel to different worlds as they assemble a team of Mushroom Kingdom baddies, like Goombas or Koopa Troopas, and recruit renowned Mario characters, such as Toad and Yoshi. In Puzzle & Dragons Z, you battle five powerful sky dragons to rebuild the world and customize your team with a plethora of different monsters.
A new space exploration game called RymdResa is in the works for a number of platforms, including Wii U. Developed by Swedish studio Morgondag, it contains more than 100 text-based quests, as well as poetic and abstract stories that will tell players about the in-game world. It also features a procedural world with over 100 different objects to discover, such as planets, stars and spaceships. RymdResa will be available via the Nintendo eShop.
Those itching to get their Splatoon fix don’t have to wait until the game comes out next week. A brand-new Iwata Asks featuring the upcoming third-person shooter is now live – complete with interesting facts and tidbits from the game’s development cycle. The interview is between Nintendo president Satoru Iwata and five members of the production department for the Nintendo Entertainment Analysis & Development division. The five individuals are Splatoon directors Tsubasa Sakaguchi and Yusuke Amano, art director Seita Inoue, program director Shintaro Sato and producer Hisashi Nogami. Splatoon is set to launch on May 29 for Wii U.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a balloon? Wii U owners will soon have that opportunity with TreeFall Studios‘ Journey of a Special Average Balloon, which launches on May 21 in the Nintendo eShop for $1.49. Players can journey as a balloon across several worlds to save a rainbow. Along they way they will collect coins to reveal rainbow shards, dodge enemies and attempt to collect bonus chests.
O2 Games has released a new trailer for Baila Latino, which lands on Wii U later this week in Europe. The upcoming dancing game features 20 songs and Latin American music suitable for all ages. It can be played alone or with up to four players simultaneously. During gameplay, the lyrics of songs appear on the Wii U GamePad – giving non-dancing players the opportunity to sing along.
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition is set to launch on May 28th for Wii U. The survival game will be available via the Nintendo eShop for $14.99. It revolves around an intrepid scientist named Wilson, who has been trapped by a demon and transported to a mysterious wilderness world. Don’t Starve: Giant Edition combines the content of both the original Don’t Starve game and the Reign of Giants expansion pack, which adds new characters, seasons, creatures, biomes and other challenges.