Wii version hints continue to surface

News posted by Ryan on April 16th, 2009 at 2:26pm GMT

Jennifer HaleAdding further credibility to the heavy rumours that Brutal Legend is getting a Wii version is the latest issue of Nintendo Power’s interview with Jennifer Hale, who you might know better as Naomi Hunter or one of the other billion things she’s done voice acting for:

Voice actor Jennifer Hale is totally working on Brutal Legend, but Nintendo Power doesn’t want to name names for some reason. In the interview with Hale, NP describes her current project as “a game featuring Jack Black written by Tim Schafer.” Jennifer herself, responding to a question about standout game scripts, says “One I worked on written by Tim Schafer (don’t know if I’m free to say the name of the game yet): fantastic, funny and so cool.”

Brutal Legend coming out on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 is obviously no secret, but Nintendo Power’s avoidance of naming the game definitely implies they have some kind of secrecy order slapped on them. Following the leaked publishing schedule and Variety’s sources, my gut feeling at this point is that we can call the Wii version ‘confirmed’.

3 bagheads have commented on this post
1. Coggs 13 years, 1 month ago

I am still curious if this turns out to be true how different it is going to be from the "real" game…(The PS3 and Xbox360 version) clearly the Wii isnt going to be able to pull off the game like it is on said systems…

2. Sn00pY 13 years ago

I want a PC version !!!!!
Are there some news about it?

3. Mykal 13 years ago

It is up to EA about the PC version is why I believe Tim or another member of Double Fine stated. So it is up in the air at the moment for it there will be or not. It is up to the publisher which is EA at the moment.

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