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Strike Suit Zero Wii U 'not planned for' at the moment


3:00 PM on 02.10.2013
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Another day, another third-party game not releasing for Nintendo's Wii U. This time, it's Born Ready Games' recently released deep space PC shooter Strike Suit Zero

"We talked about it, but it’s not something we’ve planned for at the moment, unfortunately," Ben Smith, Born Ready Games' community manager said to Write Trigger when asked if a Wii U version was ever a possibility. Smith added that the studio will be talking about the release of Strike Suit Zero on other consoles shortly, though was unable to mention exactly which platforms would see the release.

Strike Suit Zero - Kickstarter, Oculus Rift and Ni No Kuni [Write Trigger]






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