Straight Right preparing for Wii U game reveal
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By In Nintendo News, Wii U Published on February 12th, 2013

Straight Right may be soon set to lift the lid on one of their unannounced projects for Wii U.

The Australian studio was previously responsible for porting Mass Effect 3: Special Edition across to Wii U, having also confirmed that they have two projects underway for the console.

A LinkedIn profile soon revealed that one of these involved “porting a triple-A Square Enix game,” which was believed until recently to have been Crystal Dynamics’ Tomb Raider reboot.

Asked as to whether they could provide any hints as to what the unknown project is that is currently listed on their website, Straight Right responded that they may have some news following last week’s 2013 D.I.C.E. Summit.

“We’d love to give out hints, but we’ll be a little busy at DICE this week,” the Australian studio wrote in response. “Maybe afterwards we’ll have some news.”

So after last week’s seven month delay to Rayman Legends, hopefully there’s something more positive on the horizon.

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