Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Snatcher Coming to the Wii?

Now not a lot of people may not know what this game is, including me, but obviously it was a big hit in it's time. Snatcher was a game made by Hideo Kojima for a variety of systems back in the Sega days. It was quite a big hit. But up on Wikipedia they have this to say: Project 'S' is a proposed adventure game for Nintendo's video game console Wii. It is confirmed to be a collaboration between Hideo Kojima and Goichi Suda. Although, nothing more is known about the game, it is rumored to be connected to Kojima's 1988 adventure game- Snatcher. The main basis for this rumor is that Suda is a big Snatcher fan, and that the 'S' is supposed to be related to the game's title. So supposedly someone wrote over there that Suda 41 and Mr. Kojima are collaborating a game together and with a little thought might be a remake or new addiction to Snatcher for the Wii. Or possibly a game just similar or related to it. Sounds like it would be interesting to see if this is real but you never know. Trusting info on Wikipedia is really difficult considering that you are me could go up there and say that Mario is no longer a Nintendo exclusive and is coming to all systems. I mean that's how weird things can get. So take this very lightly as don't know about this one. Guess we'll here more on this soon to see if real or not. I sure hope it is. Any new games coming to the system is great. Direct link won't work so go to this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Wii-only_games and scroll down to P and find Project S. Click on that and it will take you to the info. Zucas

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