Double Helix Games Explains Why Strider Is Skipping Wii U

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Earlier this month, a new Strider game was confirmed to be in the works. The game is being developed by Double Helix Games and is scheduled to launch in early 2014 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Steam. Although a Wii U version hasn’t been announced, a developer from Double Helix Games previously said there’s a possibility that the new Strider game will come to Nintendo’s console.

Because the game will be published by Capcom, Siliconera asked the developer, “Why did you skip Wii U since it seems like most of Capcom’s games are on all platforms like DuckTales Remastered or Dungeons & Dragons.” Andrew Szymanski, senior producer at Double Helix Games, responded by providing the following statement:

“I don’t necessarily make all of the platform decisions. We try to match the right platform to the right title. Sometimes that’s purely a strategy decision. Sometimes…

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