Nintendo News | Mazes of Fate RPG on DS & Wii!

By Adam Riley 29.12.2006 3

With the massive sales of the Nintendo DS and the company's Wii already off to an extremely strong start, it is no surprise that developers are seriously looking closely at the platforms. And especially considering the fact that both systems are cheaper to develop for than the competition, it is no wonder Mazes of Fate developer Sabarasa Entertainment has commented on how it wants to support them both.

In a recent interview with long-running website N-Philes, CEO Javier Otaegui had the following to say about the future of Mazes of Fate, a first-person RPG that has just been released on the GBA:

N-Philes: With the popularity of the DS, were there any discussions about bringing it to that platform? Could we maybe see a DS release of the game?

Otaegui: We are definitely thinking of the DS, but not for porting exactly this game: we have already started pre-production work for Mazes of Fate 2 for DS.


N-Philes: What can we expect to see after Mazes of Fate?

Otaegui: Our main efforts are focused to Mazes of Fate 2 for DS, but we might start thinking about creating Wii games in the short term as well. As a side note, we will release a couple casual games on 2007 as well.


N-Philes: Why are you excited to tackle the DS and Wii for your next projects?

Otaegui: We are so excited because both DS and Wii are fantastic gaming consoles. The DS is a perfect console for RPGs, and we think that a Mazes of Fate for DS can be a great game. Wii is very exciting as well as it will empower us the developers to create new ways of playing our beloved genres. We want to build Mazes of Fate as a major RPG franchise, and we believe that DS and Wii are our way to go.

To read the full interview, just follow this link. Also, anyone that has played the game on the GBA, be sure to share your thoughts in the forum below.

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The GBA game is mediocre and okay. That is all.

Heard of it never played it though


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Don't bother playing it. It is just "meh"

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