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Among the platforms that THQ’s upcoming release Metro: Last Light was confirmed for was the Wii U. Now, however, that is no longer the case.

While the game was indeed in development for Nintendo’s next home console, THQ global brand manager Mark Madsen told Digital Spy that while a Wii U version could still happen, it is no longer in active development.

“As we got along in the development process, we just really wanted to focus on what we knew, focus on PS3, 360 and PC,” Madsen told the website. “The verdict is out on what we can do to maximise the code for the Wii U, and we’ll see [what happens].”

 

Source: Digital Spy

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Metro: Last Light Was Confirmed For Wii U—Now It Isn’t

Among the platforms that THQ's upcoming release Metro: Last Light was confirmed for was the Wii U. Now, however, that is no longer the case.

By Eric Patterson | 05/29/2012 04:50 PM PT

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Among the platforms that THQ’s upcoming release Metro: Last Light was confirmed for was the Wii U. Now, however, that is no longer the case.

While the game was indeed in development for Nintendo’s next home console, THQ global brand manager Mark Madsen told Digital Spy that while a Wii U version could still happen, it is no longer in active development.

“As we got along in the development process, we just really wanted to focus on what we knew, focus on PS3, 360 and PC,” Madsen told the website. “The verdict is out on what we can do to maximise the code for the Wii U, and we’ll see [what happens].”

 

Source: Digital Spy

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About Eric Patterson

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Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.