Murdered: Soul Suspect “doesn’t fit” with Wii U

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Square Enix aren’t bringing their ghostly-powered detective adventure title, Murdered: Soul Suspect, to Wii U, because it “doesn’t fit” with the console.

And that’s not baseless slander on the audience that it attracts, but more so that developer Airtight Games chief creative officer Matt Brunner believes that the Wii U’s best games are those created specifically for it.

“In all honesty, all the Wii U games I’ve ever played, the only good ones are the ones that are made specifically for [the Wii U]. And this just doesn’t fit,” he explained to GameSpot.

Square Enix have been a fairly silent partner for Nintendo with Wii U, having so far only released Dragon Quest X in Japan and Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut in the west.

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  1. He obviously hasn’t played Splinter Cell or Sonic Racers. Is it more because their year old re-release of Deus Ex didn’t sell well, because everyone had already played it?

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