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Thursday, 19 July 2007 09:02

Rockstar's Table Tennis heading to Wii

Written by Slobodan Simic

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More Wii-fun anyone? 


Rockstar Games announced that it's XboX 360 2006 hit Table Tennis is going to be released, or better said, redeveloped for Wii. Looks and sounds like more fun then Wii Sports Tennis, maybe even more suitable for non-strapped flying Wii-mote's situations.

"Ever since we released Table Tennis, fans have been asking us to create a Wii version," said Sam Houser, Founder and Executive Producer of Rockstar Games. "By bringing Table Tennis to the Wii and utilizing the motion-sensitive Wii Remote, a new audience can now experience a game that is beautifully designed and impossible to put down."

New Table Tennis, the Wii version, is developed by Rockstar Leeds in cooperation with the original Xbox 360 developer Rockstar San Diego, and it should be ready this fall. We will sure keep an eye on this one.

 

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