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eshop: ittle Dew Still Has A Chance To Release On The German Wii U eshop! Twitlo10

Joel Nyström from the development studio Ludosity hinted that a German release of their Wii U eshop title ittle Dew when we asked if localisation of the game was possible in the German region!

Our full question "shown above" and Joel Nyström's answer "shown below" clearly hints that we could still see a German release of ittle Dew on the Wii U eshop!

eshop: ittle Dew Still Has A Chance To Release On The German Wii U eshop! Twitte11

Are you looking forward to the potential of ittle Dew's release in Germany? What are your thoughts? Let us know in our comments below!

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Aqua Cherry Blossom
@SKTTR must be ecstatic hearing that he might get to play this game eventually lol. Smile
Anonymous
This game was fun, but Zelda is much better! I love you
SKTTR
on November 3rd 2014, 3:13 pmSKTTR
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Oh yes, this along with The Fall, Shovel Knight and 1001 Spikes really need to hit the EU eShop.

Indies should take note that Germany is one of the bigger European markets. It would make sense to invest a few hundred bucks to release a good game over here, because there is most likely revenue or at least payback for the extra cost, and more people talking about it. There are possibilities. Indies can ask publishers in Europe that are willing to help and get them through this procedure. There's many of them. Just look at the eShop. Curve Digital, EnjoyUp Games, and Neko Entertainment are particularly known to publish great games from smaller studios on Wii U in all of Europe. There are others as well.

Staroceancrazy
@SKTTR wrote:Oh yes, this along with The Fall, Shovel Knight and 1001 Spikes really need to hit the EU eShop.

Indies should take note that Germany is one of the bigger European markets. It would make sense to invest a few hundred bucks to release a good game over here, because there is most likely revenue or at least payback for the extra cost, and more people talking about it. There are possibilities. Indies can ask publishers in Europe that are willing to help and get them through this procedure. There's many of them. Just look at the eShop. Curve Digital, EnjoyUp Games, and Neko Entertainment are particularly known to publish great games from smaller studios on Wii U in all of Europe. There are others as well.

Those are all good games Exclamation
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