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Submitted by Jadedz 707d ago | news

Dusty Raging Fist heading to the Wii U eShop later this year

NE: ''Indie developers continue to show very strong support for Wii U. PD Design Studio is yet another company that intends to bring a game to the system’s eShop.'' (Dev, Dusty Raging Fist, PD Design Studio, Wii U)

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wiiufan72   707d ago | Spam
Link079  +   707d ago
i'm buying all indie games every1 just to support them or they will never grow,and they are a very talented bunch.
HexxedAvenger  +   707d ago
Another game I'll be getting. Looks pretty cool. I like the character design.

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