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Submitted by mikel1015 453d ago | article

Curve Studios And Dakko Dakko Heap Praise On The "Inspirational" Wii U

"The Wii U is a perfect system for indie development right now"

Curve Studios — a long-time Nintendo collaborator which also has a good relationship with Sony — this week confirmed that it is bringing Stealth Inc 2 to the Wii U as an exclusive release. The company has since posted a glowing assessment of the console via its Twitter account.

Fellow Wii U developers Dakko Dakko — still hard at work on the exclusive eShop title Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails — responded with equally positive comments: (Curve Studios, Dakko Dakko, Wii U)

ZainreFang  +   453d ago
I think Nintendo is paying these guys. No one can possibly like Nintendo because IGN says they're lame.
wonderfulmonkeyman  +   453d ago
Can't spell Ignorant without IGN, after all...
marloc_x  +   453d ago
*chuckles*..

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