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‘Stealth Inc. 2’ Announced, Will Be Wii U Exclusive

Curve Studios has announced Stealth Inc. 2, which will be a Wii U exclusive released later this year.

The original Stealth Inc. has yet to launch on Wii U consoles, making this exclusive announcement surprising, to say the least. Game Director Jonathan Biddle discussed his love for Nintendo with IGN, stating “We love Nintendo and we want to give Iwata a hug”.

Stealth Inc. 2 is said to a sequel developed from the ground up to work on the Wii U, incorporating GamePad features and a cooperative mode. So why the sudden exclusive announcement? Well not only do Curve Studios love Nintendo, but it seems to be a smart business move on their behalf.

“Whenever a Wii U game gets announced, people clamber all over it,” Perkins admitted to IGN. “We really feel being a bigger part of that smaller selection of titles could be good for us. We will be doing other Wii U games as well. To really, properly give Iwata a hug. We’re not nervous. It’s a good decision for us.”


This isn’t the first time Curve Studios will release on Nintendo hardware, after they previously released a series called Fluidity on both the 3DS and Wii consoles. There has been no confirmation if this release will be a timed exclusive, or one for the ages. When asked regarding the matter, Biddle simply said “We’re just talking about Wii U today,”, which could leave hope for future releases.

Stealth Inc. is a 2D platformer that was originally known as Stealth Bastard when it released for PC in 2011, before being retitled as Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark when it released for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3.

 

Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA, his personal blog and his videos on YouTube.

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