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Gamebase USA Becomes Wii U Authorized Middleware Developer

GamersHell: ''Gamebase USA today announced they are now an authorized middleware developer for Wii U - this means that their Gamebryo engine offers now support for Wii U development. Best known for its industry-leading 3D game engines, Gamebryo and LightSpeed, Gamebase USA's technologies have been selected by studios around the world to bring nearly 300 titles across more than 15 genres to market, including titles like Epic Mickey, Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two and Bully: Scholarship Edition.''

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Jadedz1274d ago

I thought it would amass to an abundance of third party support.

So far; meh.

metroidfusion21274d ago

The games have to be made first you dumbass child and there are more 3rd party games are coming and I'm sure more are coming so just stop crying and wait

Jadedz1274d ago

I'm a Nintendo supporter (I even own a Wii U), though you can always agree with your favorite gaming company.

It wasn't meant to be negative (my comment above), I'm just upset over the lack of 3rd party games not coming to the Wii U.

zillanoir1274d ago

well today there was an announcement of a nice platformer with dimensional jumping using the unity engine. Its called oliver and spike. I was wondering when something using that engine would pop up.

DivineAssault 1274d ago

People dont understand that current gen NEEDS these middleware companies because of the engines games have been using for years now.. Wii U is playing catch up