LostWinds isn't a new game. It's been around for years, first on the Wii, then on iOS devices. I'm mentioning it again and now, though, because for a limited time it's suddenly free.
Here is a trailer for Lost Winds, a ballyhooed WiiWare game that is coming to iOS devices later this month.
Lostwinds is pretty great, but because it's only available on WiiWare, many people are missing out. Maybe a version on the 360 or PlayStation 3 could be a little more inclusive.
The latest issue of Edge Magazine takes a long look at LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias, which is the sequel to last year's WiiWare hit LostWinds. No release date was announced.
Square Enix's newfound love of Western developers bears new fruit as European developer Frontier Developments announces that the Japanese publisher will be publishing their critically-acclaimed WiiWare title LostWinds in Japan and Asia.
The design philosophy of WiiWare launch title LostWinds appears to echo a broader industry trend favoring innovation on the usual mechanics. The peaceful platformer has a distinctly "indie" feel and a unique look, and seems to be getting the biggest share of the buzz among its fellows on the service.
Wow. That. Was. Fast. It's been out for, oh, a day, and already a LostWinds sequel is on the way. If you pop on over to Frontier Development's website, and scroll down to the bottom of the page, you'll be greeted by the following message:
WiiWare is here, and being the new, more financially responsible Mike Fahey I decided to limit myself to one of the launch titles. Since the Final Fantasy game had the words "Crystal Chronicles" after it, I opted for the charming little platform adventure LostWinds. Please note that a general lack of sleep is…
You want advance notice for your WiiWare games? You're not getting any. The service is now up and ready for download (today being May 12 and all), and we've only just been sent the official list of launch titles from Nintendo. Interestingly, it differs slightly from the supposed list from late last week - which was…
The newly launched in North America Nintendo Channel shows off the first batch of WiiWare titles to hit Western shores, revealing potential pricing on at least one of the debut games. The initial quintet of potential WiiWare releases—revealed by way of the "What Is WiiWare?" video—includes the following.