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Nintendo’s Dead Wii U Is Coming to Life with Brand New Game

Nintendo’s defunct Wii U is getting a “new” game this Wednesday. If you’re so inclined, you’ll be able to dust off the system, energy it on and download Drop It: Block Paradise! For a mere $2. The listing was first spotted by Kotaku and is unusual for a few causes. To start, Drop It: Block Paradise first got here out in 2017. If that weren’t odd enough, it has been available on the Wii U in Europe, however not North America, since that same year as well. For whatever reason, Drop It: Block Paradise is only now making its approach to the US eShop.

According to Wikipedia, a few different games got here out on the Wii U this year. However, there’s nothing on the record that stands out. You by no means need to say by no means, but it surely’s likely Drop It: Block Paradise will go down, at least in North America because of the Wii U’s final release.

So far as most people are involved, the Wii U effectively died in 2017. That year, Nintendo stopped manufacturing the console and launched The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, its last first-party title for the system. Everything that is come afterward has been delaying the inevitable — but surprisingly enough, the Wii U appears to be mostly dead singly.

Larry Brown

Larry writes for the gaming technology for the EduTechToday group. He is gaming enthusiastic – his day starts and ends in gaming. Larry is also a participant for various gaming competitions and serious competitive player. He writes and reviews the latest gaming tech by first experiencing the game itself!

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