some new words on the game and the other game they are making...art of balance
Mii-Gamer conducted an interview with Shin’en about Art of Balance and Fast Racing Neo for Wii U. Art of Balance will feature 8-player online, up to four players per a console. On the Fast Racing Neo front, Shin’en really wants to push the Wii U. The team wants to make sure the game looks its best before they show it off.
Mii-Gamer: I’ve noticed that you intend to implement online features in Art of Balance. How do the online features work in Art of Balance?
Manfred Linzer: The new Online mode is something rarely seen before on Wii U. On each console up to four players can join the game. So its possible to have an eight player match! Of course you can also simply have a two player game. We tried to make the online play as simple as possible and are quite happy how everything turned out.
MG: Details on Fast Racing Neo have been slim, I would assume you are not ready to share anything yet. But is the development of Fast Racing Neo going well? When can we expect more information?
ML: We know that people really want to see the game. It’s just so that you can show a game only once for the first time. While developing we knew there was so much more possible on Wii U than anyone showed so far. So we decided to really explore and push the hardware. We hope people will appreciate our efforts.
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