JRPG Soul Saga Heading to Nintendo Wii U

By Adam Riley 28.06.2013

JRPG Soul Saga Heading to Nintendo Wii U on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

Following in the footsteps of Kickstarter projects heading to, or possibly coming to, Nintendo's Wii U in some form or other, Disastercake has now hit the stretch goal it set for making a Wii U version of the gorgeous-looking Japanese RPG project a reality. Described as a "love letter to J-RPG classics from the Playstation era like Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire, Suikoden, and Persona," at the time of writing there are still 16 days left of the crowdfunding campaign, yet the $60,000 initial goal has been blasted past and is currently nearing $85,000.

As developer Mike Gale says, "I can't wait to take advantage of WiiU's intuitive controller!" He also recently stated that he "will be adding unique features that take advantage of the cool WiiU GamePad" and that "it should take about a month to port...since I'm using Unity."

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Be sure to check out the Kickstarter trailer below:


 
Box art for Soul Saga
Developer

Disastercake

Publisher

Disastercake

Genre

Turn Based RPG

Players

1

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European release date July 2014   North America release date July 2014   Japan release date TBA   Australian release date TBA   

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