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Could Namco Bandai have a Wii U game lined up for TGS?


12:30 PM on 09.05.2012
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Namco Bandai has a big bunch of games to show off at this year's Tokyo Game Show, set to go down in a couple of weeks. Almost too many!

On their TGS listing page, at first glance, you won't see any Wii U listings. But some hackery from Andriasang showed that by changing the URL of the Wii logo graphic you'll get a Wii U graphic. Of course, this could be nothing but some existing code and graphic that could go unused. 

Or!

There are quite a few "coming soon" slots in the massive line-up. What are they missing? Tank! Tank! Tank! and some others, right? Maybe a Wii U Ridge Racer?

 

 






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