Mass Effect 3 Wii U dev has “two other titles in development” for the console

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 8 September 2012 18:21 GMT

Mass Effect 3 isn’t the only Wii U title based on a large franchise Straight Right is working on, according to studio boss Tom Crago. Speaking with Eurogamer, Crago said the studio also has its own IP in the works for the console, as well as a Wii U title based on “another big franchise” slated for a 2013 release. “It’s a big title and you will have heard of it,” he said. Crago said Straight Right has “made a number of bets” on Wii U, so it hope the platform “comes strongly out of the gate.”

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