Shakedown Hawaii Comes to Wii U, Release Date Confirmed!
Yes, Shakedown Hawaii was already announced but now we have a date.
According to the site, Vblank, you can buy the game digitally and, more importantly, physically. Why do I say more importantly? To my knowledge, this will be the last physical game made for the Wii U. As I’ve made known on both this blog page and Youtube channel, I love collecting for the Wii U, as evidenced by the post I made this morning.
I did not seriously start collecting for the Wii U until after it’s lifespan had closed. I remember when Axiom Verge game out. The gaming world lost their collective minds. I’m not saying Shakedown Hawaii will be sought out in the same way but it very well might.
The game will also come out in two versions. Per Vblank, “A standard edition ($24.99), and a special edition ($29.99). The special edition includes everything the standard edition does, plus a digital soundtrack and protective case with alternate cover art. Each is limited to 3,000 copies.”
So, neither addition is more rare than the other, at least on the primary market. If you enjoy the Wii U, I would mark the date.
So, what do you think about this late, late release for the Wii U? Let me know down below. I’ll also link to a video showing gameplay footage.
Gameplay here: Gameplay!
Posted on August 14, 2020, in 2020, Collecting for the Wii U!, Video Game, Youtuber and tagged Last Wii U Game Ever, Shakedown Hawaii, Shakedown Hawaii Wii U, Wii U Collecting. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.