Bandai Namco shared first look at its January-announced Wii U download title Project Treasure during this morning’s Nintendo Direct.
I'm liking what I see so far but still skeptical since it's F2P. Hopefully they reveal more at E3.
Team based Tomb Raider or something.
That's sweet hopefully we get it over here first.
It coming but not first. Most likely late Summer or early Fall for the west
This looks fun. I wonder if it is going to be like Trine/The Cave, where you switch to a different charicter, to solve puzzles, or if it will have a more turn based RPG feel to it? Bandi Namco knows how the Wii U ticks. If any developer knows how to program for the system its theses guys. Even though its just a download I have hopes for this game.
I've been curious for this game since the last time they announced it, but looking at the video (maybe its just me) but the game does look like it has its rough edges to work on. Not saying that it won't be awesome, but like Devil's Third, it does need a bit of a touch up. Looking forward to this, and if they didn't mentioned it in the Japan only Direct, I will say its a free to play game, much like LoL. Where you can either pay to unlock gear and characters or use your loot to do so. Either way, still very hyped for this one! :)
Watching the video for the third time, I take back for the much needed polish part. :)
Where can I pre order?
I agree with the guy above me, where can I pre order, looks like a bunch of fun, co op online play, me and my friends, or people from miiverse, should be able to tear this game up
I think it looks quite bad. But hey, 3rd party support IS 3rd Party Support. Monster Hunter 4 on Wii U, please.
"It looks quite bad". Why do you think it looks so bad. I mean it looks decent to me. I watch dthe video again after reading your comment, and there was like 3 seconds, where I thought it looked washed out, but I think it is the lighting. Other than that it looks promising.
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