HomeNewsSteamWorld Dig Coming to the Wii U on August 28th Jelani Thompson August 19, 2014 News The following is a message from Image & Form, developers of the ever-so-popular SteamWorld Dig: Following its massive success on Nintendo 3DS, SteamWorld Dig now comes to Wii U! We’ve listened to our fans and we’ve finally made it happen! The game will be released on the Nintendo eShop on August 28 in Europe, Australia and the Americas. It will run in smooth 60 FPS with beautiful HD graphics (1080p) and have support for both off-TV play and the Wii U Pro Controller. Get ready to dig in! Image & Form and Nintendo go way. We released our first game on a Nintendo console back in 2010 (SteamWorld Tower Defense) and a lot of us at Image & Form are major Nintendo fans :) So to finally get to release on Wii U feels amazing! Compared to the Nintendo 3DS version from last year, this release has: HD graphics: Beautiful, high-resolution (1080p) graphics Eye candy: Animated character portraits, bloom filter, tweaks and polish Customizable screen interface and controls Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Russian Clutter-free HD graphics. The map and other interface elements are now displayed on the Wii U GamePad Off-TV Play. Continue digging on the Wii U GamePad even when your TV is occupied or turned off Support for Wii U Pro Controller And maybe there’s an Easter egg somewhere? Thanks to the immersive gameplay, unique mechanics and stunning presentation of SteamWorld Dig, praise has been unanimous. As a result, Game of the Year nominations and awards have rained over the game. This is what leading gaming sites say about SteamWorld Dig: ”Amazing.” (9.5/10, IGN.com – one of IGN’s highest rated games of 2013) “An utterly phenomenal video game.” (10/10, PocketGamer.co.uk) “A totally unexpected love letter to bold concepts.” (9/10, NintendoWorldReport.com) “Drop everything else, and get SteamWorld Dig.” (5/5, GameZebo) Branded as a “platform mining adventure” in a steampunk/Western setting, SteamWorld Dig lets players take the role of Eastwood-esque robot protagonist Rusty in order to save a mining town in need. The plot thickens as he digs deeper into an underground full of treasure and terrors… Share this post: No related posts. Yo-kai Watch Goes Global Next YearFantasy Life Multiplayer Trailer ReleasedAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonNews Reporter Lives and breathes competitive Smash. Show me ya moves!