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Submitted by Jadedz 617d ago | news

Maestro Interactive Games Bringing Super Ubi Land To Wii U eShop

NL: ''Notion Games, the developer behind Super Ubi Land, has teamed up with Maestro Interactive Games to bring the game to the Wii U eShop.'' (Dev, Wii U)

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Darukain  +   617d ago
Another indie team decides to work with nintendo it's they have quite a good eshop.
metroid32  +   617d ago
eshop is getting the most support out of the digital platforms XBLA/PSN ect 3ds and wiiu eshops are amazing and considering they are young they are obviously moving in a Steam direction,and when 3ds gets MiiVerse and mobile phones it will be massive un-biased opinions on games,you can't beat real opinions off gamers actually playing the games rather than Metacritic or poor reviewers.
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