Oh cruel, ironic fate. A game that one could decidedly call “core” or “traditional” is coming to the Wii, and due to an entire roll of red tape, we may never get to see it on these shores (though they’re “working on it“).
That’s right, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom finally gets a home announcement, and somewhat surprisingly (there have been rumors for awhile now), it’s coming out for the Wii. And so far, only for the Wii. Of course, that may very well change, but for now, Wii is the place for Japan’s finest superheroes to take on Capcom’s collective.
In addition, it seems the Wii version, due on December 11th, will feature an additional character or two:
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Check out the other Famitsu scans in the link above, and then join me in hoping the stars align and this is able to leave Japan.