Nindies Wednesdays — They Will Be Here Before We Know It…

Our Nindies showcase this week will take a look at a few titles that are soon on the way to Wii U, as well as another Developer interview. For many fans there is an idea of game droughts that we have to contend with from time to time, but as of late, I truly believe that droughts are a matter of perception. There are plenty of games available to play on WIi U if you know where to look! The eShop is a great place to start.

It looks as if Freedom Planet will finally be getting its long-awaited release on Wii U tomorrow. The developer, Galaxy Trail, shared the wonderful news via Twitter. Freedom Planet, of course, is a game that has been featured in several Nindies@- events with Nintendo and Damon Baker, so it’s great to finally see that it will be available soon.

Finally Mighty No. 9 fans have a release date, and soon an opportunity to get their hands on the game that has been long-in-development. The game is set for release in North America on February 9, 2016 and Nintendo 3DS at a later date.

Another of the Nindie mainstays is the highly anticipated Fast Racing NEO from Shin’en Multimedia. Still slated to be coming soon, this Wii U exclusive was shown off recently and it looks like it was a hit.

Color BombsAlso, the Nindie dev behind several budget titles in the eShop, RCMADIAX,  is preparing to release another game next month. His newest game, Color Bombs, is set to release on October 22.

This week’s developer interview is again from PAX Prime with Wayforward Games, the developers behind Shatae Half-Genie Hero.

As always, gaming is meant to be fun, so keep gaming!!


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