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Submitted by Valay 1128d ago | news

Chris Hecker has Wii U devkit, will see if SpyParty works on the console

Chris Hecker, who famously said Wii was essentially two GameCubes duck taped together, is now looking into SpyParty for Wii U. (SpyParty, Wii U)

PopRocks359  +   1128d ago
Hopefully he can make it work on the platform. The more you can expand your audience, the better.
Kingofwiiu  +   1128d ago
Now he has about 50 Gamecube duck taped together lol...
wiiulee  +   1128d ago
the more games and more potential bring out more silly haters, thats not going to stop,,,,,,,give him a pair of sony's 3d glasses so the games look shinier
RFornillos4  +   1128d ago
Chris Hecker did mention in his blog that the whole "Two GC duct taped together" was a statement he did make, but was taken out of context. naturally, out of sheer professional "journalism".
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