Red Fly Made Prototypes of Star Wars, DMC Batman, and Dig Dug for Wii
By Jonathan Balofsky On 27 Dec, 2016 At 07:33 PM | Categorized As News, NINTENDO, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarRed Fly created versions of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II and Ghostbusters for the Wii and now it has come out that they attempted to work on some other games. Red Fly’s website has posted new videos with looks at their attempts to port Batman: Arkham Asylum, Devil May Cry, Dig Dug, and Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter to the Wii.


“A demo of Arkham Asylum we made for the Wii showing off what potential gameplay would look like. Not bad for a few weeks of work!”


“We were told DMC could never be done on the Wii, so we gave it a shot anyway. See what you think of what we pulled together in a few weeks.”

“A re-imagining of the classic Dig Dug for the Wii.”

“Prototype for the Wii.”

These look amazing and I wish some had been allowed to have been made. The publishers probably felt the games would not do well on the Wii and so didn’t proceed, but these show that good quality games were possible from third parties on the Wii,


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