Foresoft Games: Amazing News

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Amazing News

As of yesterday, 15th october 2013, we are officially Wii U Developers.
Wow.
We got the mail from Nintendo, registered us as Foresoft, and now we're in.
Now we just need the money for the DevKit.
It feels like you've just beaten one of those 16 meter Titans...

So, what does this mean for the future?
Well, since Monster Leader is a very big project and we got our license way earlier than expected, we decided to pause it and start a new, smaller project first.
Actually, we already started this project, but only idea-wise.
This does not mean Monster Leader is dead, we love this project and we want to finish it, but it will take a lot of time to do that. We will still work on it a little, but our main focus will be the new project.

What is this new project?
I'm not that mean to just say we start a new project without telling you at least a little about it.
The title will be The Adventure of Taiyou-kun and Tsuki-chan. The genre will be Jump'n'Run.
You will get new abilities as you progress in the game, and you can choose with which of the two characters you play a level, both have different abilities and if you want to perfectly finish the game, you have to revisit levels with your new abilities and find paths you couldn't get to before.
It will have over 100 Levels.
I could tell you more, but it would be boring to give all the infos right away, right?

2 comments:

  1. I'd recommend you not to use japanese names / a japanese title because localisation to japanese is very hard if you would do it by yourown.
    So for releasing the western market at least english names will get you a much bigger audience than japanese names.

    Just as an advice ;-)

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    1. I thought about that, too.
      Well, the game will have Anime-Style Graphics, but i think an english name would still be better, now hearing it from another person as well.
      Also, "The Adventure of Taiyou-kun and Tsuki-chan" also sounds good in my opinion, and while we're otaku, we aren't fanboys, so not everything has to be in japanese (not even our nicknames are).
      so, i'll rename it.

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