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Submitted by ThomasBW84 644d ago | interview

Developer Interview: Scientifically Proven Is Bringing "Brutal, White Knuckle" Platforming To Wii U

Scientifically Proven Entertainment is a studio which has its fingers in many pies. It produces award-winning apps, content for TV and — possibly most importantly — video games. Speaking of which, it gives us great pleasure to exclusively confirm that the company's next project — Blood of the Werewolf — is bound for the Wii U eShop. An action platformer with a particularly dark atmosphere and some punishing old-school gameplay, the title has already been confirmed for PC, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. The Wii U eShop edition will launch this June. (Blood of the Werewolf, Dev, Scientifically Proven, Wii U)

lilbroRx  +   644d ago
Yay, more original dev support. The Wii U lineup just keeps getting better and better.
MilkMan  +   644d ago
Cant wait to see what it is.

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