I can't believe I'm saying this, but I'm actually really interested in a WiiWare game. Ravenously so, in fact. WayForward's horror/puzzler LIT comes to Wii consoles on Feb 9th, and I can honestly say I can't wait to get my hands on it -- not just because it has horror themes, but also because it looks genuinely different and WiiWare hasn't seen anything like that since World of Goo.
The game tells the story of Jake and Rachel, two high-school teens who find themselves trapped in a version of their school that has become disturbingly unfamiliar. I can't wait to review this on RetroforceGo! next week ... it sure is a breath of fresh air from the endless uninspired puzzle games I usually have to talk about!
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