After a successful Kickstarter, it seemed like the only platform Insanity's Blade would see is the PC, as it didn't reach the Wii U stretch goal. But developer Casual Bit Games has just announced that they've become a Nintendo approved developer, and the game will be coming to the Wii U anyway.
All in all it looks like a pretty good fit for the Wii U considering its retro roots, but we'll see if the rest of the gameplay measures up.
Casual Bit Games [Twitter]
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