D&D: Chronicles of Mystara on hold again for Wii U
The two-for-one release of Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara is still coming for Wii U, Capcom has announced, but it's going to take a little longer.
The publisher has now set a tentative date for September. Fans have been waiting since June, when the title — a double-pack of remastered mid-nineties games Tower of Doom and Shadow over Mystara — came to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Steam.
Capcom's latest update reads, "There have been a number of development issues [for Wii U], and despite our best efforts, the delay could not be avoided. We realize this is a frustrating situation for everyone out there, but we ask for your continued patience and support. Updates will be provided as the situation develops."
The Wii U version supports GamePad controls for choosing spells and items via the touch screen. Iron Galaxy Studios is the developer. It recently released the indie two-button fighting game Divekick.
Chronicles of Mystara also features drop-in/drop-out multiplayer for up to four people online. It costs $15.