Next Level Games Commits To Nintendo.

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Some of the best games studios in the world work for Nintendo and Nintendo alone, I’m talking about teams like Intelligent Systems, Monolith Soft, Retro Studios, Game Freak and now Next Level Games. And while the last name on that list may not be quite as renowned as those before  Next Level Games have shown time and again with their work on the likes of Super Mario Strikers, Punch-Out and more recently Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon that the Canada based outfit is dedicated to making Nintendo games the Nintendo way. Here’s what Co-founder Jason Carr told Gamasutra about the studio working only for the Big N now.
“Nintendo’s great. They give you the time to make the games good. They’ve done really well – the Wii’s done really well, the DS has done really well, the Wii U is not the strongest start but we trust that they’ll come up with something to get it going, and the 3DS was a blast to work on.”
Coincidently the news that Next Level Games will be working exclusively with Nintendo from now on couldn’t have come at a much better time as two third party developers (Creative Assembly and MercurySteam) also announced this week that neither of their forth coming next gen titles (Alien Isolation in the case of  Creative Assembly and a game yet to be unveiled by MercurySteam) won’t be appearing on the Wii U.

Next Level Games Commits To Nintendo.

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2 Comments

  1. Not a big name company, but any support for the Wii U is welcome as so many developers seem to be going out of their way to state that they won’t release their stuff on Nintendo’s console.

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