Young Justice is a popular cartoon that airs on Cartoon Network and we’ve known for a while now that a video game based on the TV series called Young Justice: Legacy was coming. The downside is that the Wii and Wii U versions of the game have been cancelled, according to the official Facebook page for the game. For fans of the show who still want to play the game on a Nintendo console, you’ll have to pick it up on a Nintendo 3DS.
According to the official word, the young company couldn’t afford to tackle the challenges that come with developing for Wii or Wii U, including lack of retailer support and “quality issues” that plague game development. This is a bummer for anyone who was interested in the title.
Based on several factors we’ve had to cancel the Wii and Wii-U versions of Young Justice: Legacy.
We regret that this decision will prevent some fans from playing the game and the finding out what happens in the story. There were a number of reasons ranging from quality issues to lack of retailer support, but know that we didn’t make this decision lightly. We are a fairly new company, and unfortunately both of these platforms presented challenges we couldn’t overcome.
Please accept our sincere apology.
We look forward to delivering the Xbox360, PS3, 3DS, and Steam versions in less than a month.
It’s unfortunate that the team found that creating a Wii U version of the game would be too challenging logistically. Were you looking forward to this game?
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