Wii U gets another exclusive game of the year, thanks to Ultra Dolphin Revolution



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It looks like Wii U will be watching another game release in its library this year. Earlier this month, Limited Run Games' Josh Fairhurst revealed that the company would see a title for their release on the Wii U eShop. This week, developer Ultra Dolphin Revolution revealed that their latest game will be released exclusively for Wii U The game, called Claimant Assistant, is an adventure title inspired by the "8-bit games of the day".

You are Emuela, a master magician who likes to hold his own strength to give his enemies a "fighting chance". She's on a mission. For what? Nobody knows. But we know there will be destruction (minor) and damage to property along the way. In this world, find familiar and new enemies who will stand in your way in your quest for … Goddess knows what! Travel through different worlds and find dangerous creatures in Sinister Assistant. Something sinister comes here and it's you!

The game is expected to be released later this year in North America, Europe and Australia for $ 3.99 / € 3.99. No gameplay sequence has been revealed, but we have some images to keep an eye on.

Ultra Dolphin Revolution specializes in retro video games. The developer has released five games in the Wii U eShop before Claimant Assistant: Dark Archer, Space Hunter, Super Ultra Star Shooter, Spellcaster Assistant and Shadow Archery.

Despite the current success of the Nintendo Switch and the unpopularity of its predecessor, Wii U is still seeing its small participation in the games. Battle of Princess Madelyn is still in its launch cannon, while the final expansion Shovel Knight, Shovel Rider: King of Cards, will be released on April 9, 2019. Nintendo is slowly watching its Wii U die in favor of focusing on the Nintendo Switch and 3DS consoles. And we do not blame them.

Wii U gets another exclusive game of the year, thanks to Ultra Dolphin Revolution was last modified: November 5, 2018 per Kevin Cortez

Kevin Cortez is a music journalist with gincanas on Genius, Ambrosia for Heads, Mass Appeal and EARMILK. He plays video games in his spare time.

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