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Submitted by themightyme 524d ago | news

Nifflas Calls Knytt Underground on Wii U the “Best Looking Version”, Out This Week

New graphical effects and flourishes promise to make the Wii U version the best looking console version of the game (Knytt Underground, Wii U)

Neonridr  +   524d ago
I'll definitely check this out on the eShop.
MNGamer-N  +   524d ago
I watched the preview trailer on eShop, and I just don't think it looks fun? It looks boring? I dunno... let me know how you like it. Rated M too for Sexual Themes and Violence? Not sure what that is about.
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Neonridr  +   524d ago
lol, yeah not too sure about that either. I mean the developer even mentioned to not play this in front of Grandma because of the language.

It definitely looks different, which is why I think I am attracted to it. Definitely weird, hopefully there's an interesting story to it.
wheresmymonkey  +   524d ago
I played it at a con a few months back. Was lucky enough to meet nyflass too, lovely chap.

Its really damn good. Its got an odd metroidy vibe about it. platfomring is spot on and it looks lush on the wiiu.

the Sex and violence thing is bacuse of the games dialogue and theme its set in a post apocalyptic world and the characters swear a lot.
CandyFace  +   524d ago
The trailer doesn't sell the game very well, i'll have to admit but I know the Knytt series and it's awesome! I also own Knytt Underground on PC and it's great fun. You have to play it to judge it IMO :)
kB0  +   524d ago
eshop no thanks!

I want digital games i own.
starfox079  +   524d ago
Looks mint..
WeAreLegion  +   524d ago
I would, but...no achievements/trophies and digital purchases aren't linked to your account. Screw that.
kB0  +   524d ago
I dont get why ur getting disagrees...it makes complete sense.

I think some people would blindly follow a console... this goes for PS and Xbox users alike!
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wheresmymonkey  +   524d ago
I do like how everyone squinnies about nintendo purchases being linked to a machine instead of an account, completely ignoring the fact that you can move your entire library of downloaded games from your wii- wiiU with absolutely zero hasstle, and from one 3ds to another in a similar manner.

Its only a problem if your console dies, and then if you bother to contact nintendo they'll sort it all out for you so the purchases are moved to your new machine.
kB0  +   524d ago
Thats not the point. THe point is, you need both consoels in order to do it.

You can't simply sell a console then go buy an updated verison...which for some sucks...because I for one do not purchase my next console unless I get a good price for my current.

Also many stores such as EB or Best buy don't offer you the chance to transfer your stuff over.

Also what happens if your console breaks?

Give me a break if you agree with these policies...people went to shit when Xbox tried to lock systems and accounts, I see no difference with this.

I purchase it, it's mine. PERIOD.
Stsonic  +   524d ago
Where is knytt underground 2?

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