Nintendo Confirms Project H.A.M.M.E.R. 'Paused'

Contradicting numerous news reports that the game had been canceled, Nintendo's Beth Llewelyn confirms that there is still hope for the Wii title.

In an exclusive AMN interview with Nintendo's Beth Llewelyn, senior director of public relations, we asked several questions regarding the validity of Project H.A.M.M.E.R.'s apparent cancellation due to numerous reports on the web. Below is our transcription from the actual interview, which will be going up later today:

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MyNutsYourChin4304d ago

My guess is that it didn't have much in terms of gameplay and story. It was probably a concept created around the Wiimote without much content. Hopefully, if they paln on releasing this game it carries a signiicant story and immersive gameplay instead of just swinging around an oversized hammer at robots bent on world destruction.

ITR4303d ago

I hope they do something with it.
Heck give it away with a new Wii.

M_Prime4303d ago

i think it was just a fancy tech demo that turned into a half assed game.. but its a half assed tech demo game i wanted to try out..

but maybe they'll figure out what to do with it.. maybe launch the thing through WIIWARE. (space permitting)

i just hope the reason it was put on the back burner was cause it wasn't focused for the CASUAL GAMER.. that would plain suck

ReconHope4303d ago

that the gameplay isnt shallow.

RyuCloudStrife4302d ago (Edited 4302d ago )

Were it says "We asked several questions" shouldn't it say "AMN asked several questions".And were it says "Below is our transcription" shouldn'tit say "Below is AMN transcription".Am I right someone help, send a PM or something.

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