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Extreme Exorcism Is Out Now On The Wii U eShop

The indie platform title, Extreme Exorcism, is now available on the Wii U for both North America and Europe. In the game you play as Mae Barrons, an exorcist who enters a haunted house to hunt down the ghosts inside of it. The plot twist is that every move you make creates a ghost of your former movement, so every time you clear a level, a ghost will appear and copy the exact movements you did previously. The title also has a multi-player mode and you can play with up to three more players. You can download Extreme Exorcism for $12.99/£9.99 via the Wii U eShop. Here’s the trailer over on the Nintendo UK YouTube channel.

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6 comments

  1. Game looks challenging and fun. However, not something I would spend “too” much time invested in as the game’s gimmick looks like it could get old quick.

    1. Played the E3 preview, and played for hours. But yeah, I guess I would get tired pretty fast by the game.

      Also, the fact that my GamePad screen is broken makes me not won’t to play my Wii U…

      1. How did you break it? I’d punched the screen really hard once and my girlfriend stomped on it. It still runs like a champ. Though… sometimes the left control stick is weird. It’ll keep making my character walk forward for a whole second after I tilt it in any direction. Though, this is usually fixed from turning it off and then back on… which requires the whole console to power off.

        1. I’ve treated it really nice since I boght it two years ago. Lately, when I get angry because of loosing in Splatoon again and again, I started punching it. I didn’t even punch hard the time it broke..! Waiting for a new LCD now, so I can fix it. Too damn expensive to send it in. Probably the last time i treat it like that…

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