Popular Indie Project Dreamfall Chapters May Head to Nintendo Wii U

By Jorge Ba-oh 26.06.2013 3

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Popular indie project Dreamfall Chapters may get a release on Nintendo Wii U according to developer Red Thread.

The project, which blitzed Kickstarter with a superb $1,538,425 successful funding, is the sequel to the PC adventure games franchise The Longest Journey. Despite a strong PC following, fans have urged the team to bring the series to consoles.

Speaking to Eurogamer during Rezzed 2013, developer Red Thread confirmed that they are "in dialogue with Nintendo" and can't make any definitive commitments to the platform as Wii U due to specs, but are aiming to get "the game running on Wii U and then we'll make decisions depending on how that goes and what we see the market possibilities are doing. Like I said, we don't want to exclude anything, so we'll try anything".


It's looking likely that the concept will be appearing on Xbox One and PS4 at somepoint.

What do you think of Dreamfall Chapters - would you like a Wii U version?

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The Longest Journey was amazing. I still have fond memories of playing that when I was still at school, and whilst I enjoyed Dreamfall, it just didn't really live up to the dizzy heights of the first game. I'm hoping this goes back to the highs of the first game...and comes to Wii U Smilie

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I never played The Longest Journey, but this looks pretty cool. I'd love to see it come to the Wii U. As far as specs, I'm sure that is an early build, but it didn't look anywhere near like the Wii U couldn't handle it. 

Working like a fiend isn't very fun... and surprisingly isn't very fiendish either.

Still gota play Dreamfall, but I backed this so I already own it on pc (sort of).

I always think this sort of games a good fit for Nintendos audience, if only they get enough support and push it. Nintendo needs these sorts of games to flesh their libaury out. 

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