Two Tribes classics such as Toki Tori 1, EDGE and RUSH have been announced for Wii U. Those who own the system will be able to play these titles “before the year is over,” reads the official blurb. The developers said the games have been “tweaked” so they feel “right at home on the Wii U,” and all games can be played on the GamePad, with RUSH using it as its main display. Each will be released a month apart with Toki Tori 1 hitting in October, followed by EDGE in November and RUSH in December. Each will run you only $1.99/€1.99 at launch.
Brace yourselves: the Steam Summer Sale has started.
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Toki Tori 1