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Submitted by ThomasBW84 668d ago | interview

Developer Interview: WayForward Technologies on the First Days of the Wii U eShop

Californian developer WayForward Technologies is a long-time supporter of Nintendo and its hardware. Often noted for its proficiency with 2D, the company has worked on all manner of titles on several Nintendo platforms, from licenced games to its own original properties such as Shantae and the Mighty series. For the launch of the Wii U eShop, WayForward prepared a high definition version of the latest entry in the latter series, Mighty Switch Force, which was previously released on the 3DS eShop.

Nintendo Life speaks to WayForward's Creative Director, Matt Bozon, about his team's experiences with the Wii U eShop so far. (Dev, Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition, Nintendo, Wayforward Technologies, Wii U)

Neonridr  +   668d ago
I love hearing about the indie developers. Glad to see Nintendo is helping them thrive. Here's hoping the people support them buy purchasing this awesome game!
morkendo23  +   668d ago
what seem to be the hold-up with wayforward and nintendo making CONTRA for wii-U ??? perfect marriage.

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