Former Wonderswan dev making their first Xbox 360 game

Did you ever buy a Wonderswan? I mean, just for the hell of it? I did. You can find them for less than $20 in Japan. Games are even cheaper. They’re nothing special. Just another non-Nintendo portable that came and went.

Developer Qute wasn’t even a big deal on the Wonderswan.  Back in the day they made a hobby programming kit called Wonder Witch for the portable. It held development contests on this kit, and two top placing titles, Judgement Silversword and DicingKnight, were given actual Wonderswan release, says Andriasang.

Now the group has announced that they have an Xbox 360 title in the works. There’s a teaser page up now with placeholder name of Eschatos Project. On it you’ll find a spacey scene and a counter. Look even closer and you’ll see “3?,” whatever the hell that means.

We’ll look forward to seeing what this Japanese developer has in store for the Xbox 360.

Did you ever buy a Wonderswan? I mean, just for the hell of it? I did. You can find them for less than $20 in Japan. Games are even cheaper. They’re nothing special. Just another non-Nintendo portable that came and went.

Developer Qute wasn’t even a big deal on the Wonderswan.  Back in the day they made a hobby programming kit called Wonder Witch for the portable. It held development contests on this kit, and two top placing titles, Judgement Silversword and DicingKnight, were given actual Wonderswan release, says Andriasang.

Now the group has announced that they have an Xbox 360 title in the works. There’s a teaser page up now with placeholder name of Eschatos Project. On it you’ll find a spacey scene and a counter. Look even closer and you’ll see “3?,” whatever the hell that means.

We’ll look forward to seeing what this Japanese developer has in store for the Xbox 360.

Dale North