JRPG-Inspired Game Soul Saga is Still Coming to Wii U, Alongside PS4 and Xbox One

Independent developer Disastercake has confirmed the Wii U version of Soul Saga, their Kickstarter-funded JRPG-inspired game, is still coming.

The developer responded to a fan on the Kickstarter page question section, stating:

“A lot of fans are asking me to port Soul Saga to the Switch. I’m still planning to port Soul Saga to WiiU (after PC version is complete), but unfortunately I don’t have any further information on the Switch right now. If anything evolves on either of those fronts I’ll be sure to make an update covering it.”

The Wii U version was promised as a stretch goal, alongside its PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Xbox One versions.

Soul Saga was originally funded on Kickstarter back in 2013, and was promised as heavily influenced by iconic Japanese RPGs like Final Fantasy, Suikoden, Breath of Fire, and Persona.

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  • Donwel

    Well I can’t blame them. They’re an indie dev and the Switch is an unproven system, so they probably want to see how it performs before they decide to make a commitment and spend the money in making a port.

  • Travis Touchdown

    Some random indie dev shows more respect to Nintendo than the devs behind Yooka Laylee.

    If it’s good, I’ll check it out.

    I’ve been noticing that Nintendo is still updating the eshop regularly.

  • Looks like a Kickstarter game is going to be the very last title on the Wii U. Somewhat anticlimactic.

  • Fenrir007

    I’ll believe it when I see it. Maybe they will realize closer to the release date that “the hardware was too subpar yada yada… in other news, we will be appearing on the Switch instead!”.

  • Personaknight

    Cool now we have 6 console rpgs for wiiu.

  • SiliconNooB

    Respect to Nintendo is besides the point, rather it is respect to the backers who funded the game that matters – and that is why what the Yooka Laylee devs did is fucking lame.