During the much-awaited World Championship, Nintendo launches “Earthbound beginnings” sequel on Wii U Virtual Console shocking fans who have been waiting for a sequel of the game for almost 25 years. The gaming platform, known as “Mother” in Japan turned out to be much more successful in the U.S.
Nintendo is popular among game lovers for many animations, such as, Super Mario, Tetris and the Legend of Zelda, but the developing company has many more surprises in store for its users. The developing enterprise has recently announced the latest version of “Earthbound Beginnings”, a sequel that has been in the making for over 25 years.
The long anticipated World Championship prepared by Nintendo has finally started this week enabling game fans to stay up to date with the company’s recent projects. The prequel of “Earthbound beginnings” was among the first announcements that the producer has made, the moment organizers began presentations.
The game was initially produced 25 years ago under the name of “Mother”, but this year, developers tried to modernize it by giving it a new name, namely “Earthbound Beginnings”. In addition, the game will be compatible with many other new consoles. To begin with, the Wii U virtual console will be the first to support the new game according to tech analysts’ declarations.
Tech savvies, who have had the opportunity of getting their hands on the game, have stated that the new platform features great music and an attention-grabbing story. There are many peculiarities, which can prove that the game has been produced for almost 25 years, such as the level of difficulties that it poses. The story is, however, the same, the young boy in the video battles enemies with the help of a baseball bat.
Nintendo has further announced that the sequel will be available on the Wii U virtual console in exchange of $6.99. Prices may, nevertheless, vary depending on the region where the new game is being commercialized.
“Mother” was first launched in 1989 as a gaming platform for Japan’s NES game consoles. In spite of the advanced technology of role playing games, “Mother” was only sold in 150,000 copies.
The game was supposed to enter the American market in 1990 under the name of “Earthbound beginnings”. It was even translated in English, but the gaming platform did not attract customers, so the project was placed aside until 1994, when the game was introduced as a sequel of Super Nintendo.
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