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Submitted by ThomasBW84 857d ago | interview

Developer Interview: Broken Rules on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

While the launch line-up of download-only games on the Wii U eShop features some multi-platform releases or exclusives from studios well-known to Nintendo enthusiasts, Chasing Aurora is potentially in a category of its own. Broken Rules had previously released its highly regarded PC title And Yet It Moves on WiiWare, but may not necessarily be a household name to any but the most committed Nintendo download aficionados. Chasing Aurora is also unique in the launch line-up as it's unashamedly focused on local multiplayer, with much of its content encouraging you to gather around a Wii U and play with others.

It's not the easiest game and concept to sell to a new audience, and so Nintendo Life got in touch with Martin Pichlmair to talk about his team's efforts to get the game ready for day one on Wii U, and the studio's experience on the platform so far. (Broken Rules, Chasing Aurora, Dev, Nintendo, Wii U)

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