EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has said that while the company doesn’t have any Wii U titles in development, it is looking closely at the platform. Gibeau says that it’s only been roughly sixty days since they launched Need for Speed: Most Wanted on the console and claims that they haven’t written off the platform just yet. Gibeau concluded by saying that they are currently focussing their efforts on the next generation of platforms from Sony and Microsoft.
“It’s been 60 days since we launched Need for Speed Most Wanted on the Wii U. We’ve launched four games. We’re proud of them. They’re in the marketplace and they’re selling. The guys inside the studio are looking at the Wii U tech and they’re looking at the platform. They understand it. As it develops, if there’s an opportunity to publish more games on the Wii U, we’ll do that. We’re not writing…
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By popular demand, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert series will revisit several cities this summer and fall with Second Quest, a new season of fresh and exciting material exploring even more chapters from the Zelda franchise. Returning fans will also get a chance to relish once again in the beautifully orchestrated four-movement symphonic work from last season, as well as favourite moments from the game, carefully and beautifully timed with the gorgeous, larger-than-life orchestral score.
- Austin, TX; The Long Center; June 29
- Philadelphia, PA; Mann Center; July 25
- Toronto, ON; Sony Centre; September 7
- Seattle, WA; Benaroya Hall; September 12
- San Jose, CA; San Jose Civic; December 14