Treasure working on two Wii titles

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 10 April 2008 18:25 GMT

Treasure president Masato Maegawa has said in an interview with CNET Japan recently that the studio is working on two new titles for Wii, IGN reports.

In terms of details, Maegawa would only reveal that the games would be in 3D and that the Wii-mote would be put to good use.

Treasure’s classic shooter, Ikaruga, was re-released for XBL yesterday and costs 800 points.

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