Yes, you just read that headline right: the retro-style action game, Death’s Apprentice, will apparently be making its way to Nintendo’s Wii U in about three years.
This is a strange sounding story to begin with, but it somehow only gets weirder. The game, developed by BGG Productions Media Company, supposedly came out on PC earlier this year. Yet, thanks to some investigation from Nintendo Life, no reviews for the PC RPG have been found. The required P.O. Box entry on the developer’s website continues to paint the product in a negative light, as this just isn’t standard procedure. It’s also supposedly coming to the PS3 and 360 in 2013 for $59.99 and $79.99 for the fancy collector’s edition.
Talk of the footage and screenshots coming straight from RPG Maker 2003 continues to cast doubt on this little “gem,” but hey, watch the video and make your own assumptions.
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Pretty impressive visuals, right? Just what you hoped Wii U games would look like.
Yeah, I know this is all pretty crazy, but do you think that there’s any chance Death’s Apprentice will be hitting the Wii U in 2015? Are we all being led on? Let us know right below!