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Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut Coming To Wii U This August

Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut, the cube based puzzler from Toxic Games, will be heading over to Wii U sometime in August, according to Daan Koopman (i.e., NintenDaan). The game, which was announced for Wii U in May of last year is set to release on PlayStation 4 by July 21. NintenDaan, in response to that announcement, asked the PR employee if there was any news about the Wii U release date:

The physics-based puzzle game has received a number of updates since its initial announcement last year, including new puzzles, a brand new narrative with voice acting and a superb soundtrack.  Pricing is set for £6.99 on PC, but is yet to be confirmed for the eShop.

10 thoughts on “Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut Coming To Wii U This August”

  1. Galactus The Planet Devourer

    Id play this on my phone. I want this crap for Wii U. Damn Nintendo is it that hard to secure some good games? No wonder your console isn’t selling. You suck.

    1. Um… It’s coming to the PS4 as well… Yea. That and it’s just another game to add to the
      Wii U’s library, that can’t hurt, it can only help. Plus it’s not like it’s the only game coming out for the Wii U this year. There are plenty more.

    1. I’ve already played it 1 million times on my PC. Not really, but my point is at this point it doesn’t matter, like Watch_Dogs release on Wii U.

      1. Except that there’s a lot of people (me included) who don’t play on PC and or haven’t even heard of this game. So it may not be as relevant as it might have been if it had come out at the same time as the PC version, but it still will get some sales. Plus it didn’t come out on the PS4 and XBONE also, the consoles are getting them around the same time.

    2. This game was supposed to come out like 2 years ago… I totally forgot about it and thought it already released.

    3. Peanut Butter KitKat

      Feels like this game been included in almost every indie “sizzle real” since the Wii U’s launch?

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