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A little bit of Sadness makes me happy

Dec 15 // Papa Niero    @destructoid

The PR manager's strategy of the nefarious Nibris corporation is apparently quite bastardly. This new studio, whom is working on Raid Over The River on the DS and Sadness on the Wii, has been intentionally very skimp with updates on their projects, but they released this one miserable tiny photo today on a UK forum. Speaking of his miserly boss, here's what a Nibris rep has to say about his outfit:

Hi,

First of all - we are authorized Nintendo developers now.
I am sorry that we don't show any news for a while, but this is
our PR manager decision.

I hope that we show you our work before the
end of the year. Nibris and Frontline are working hard to make Sadness
a great game.

I hope that you will not convene.

All the best,

Nibris

Way to strangle us with anticipation, thanks! While it's just a tiny early photo, I hope they do model a giant DS Lite in the garden of that creepy mansion. I'm also intrigued about the lack of beefy hardware shown in the picture. I'll hold my hateful jabs, but I'm surprised Wii games can be developed on a standard laptop a tiny dev kit. There better be a closet full of renderboxes on the floor or I'm calling prerendered crap early.


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