A Closer Look At WiiWare's Dark "Last Flight"

Upcoming action-adventure horror WiiWare game Last Flight will deliver its cel-shaded tale of vampires on a plane over four episodes, developers Bloober Team told Kotaku today.

Marcin Kawa, executive producer on the game, describes Last Flight as an action-adventure game similar to Golden Axe but with a bit of dark humor. The game has players take on the role of Larry Adelman, a chubby culinary critic stuck on a flight with a vampire that starts to infect other passengers.

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To play Last Flight, gamers need to swing the remote or nunchuk to perform attacks. The game will include combos and final blows as well, Kawa said.

While the developers declined to say how much the game, due out later this year, will cost, Kawa said that they broke the title into four episodes to make it as affordable as possible.

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DISCUSSION

Swinging the Wii remote is one thing, but to swing the nunchuck as well? I abhor doing that due to its highly unresponsive nature.

Please offer alternative controls, Bloober Team. The idea and style of your game are promising, but I do not want to waggle like crazy.

I would limit that type of movement to triggering combos or for finishing attacks. Otherwise, folks are going to balk. BALK, I say!