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Never Alone Lands on Wii U This June
A product of collaboration with the Inupiat, a Native Alaskan people, Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) will be releasing on the Wii U this June.
The game tells the story of an Inupiat girl named Nuna and her Artic Fox companion, who both seek out to discover the source of a mysterious blizzard that threatens their way of life.
Never Alone is acclaimed for its storytelling and visuals. It already has several awards to its name, including a BAFTA title for “Best Debut Game” of 2015. Alongside that, Never Alone has award nominations from DICE, Games for Change, and IndieCade.
Never Alone will utilize the Wii U GamePad so that the entire game will be playable on it. There will be forty unique Miiverse stamps to collect and players can get themselves lost in new cultural insight videos that give background to the game, the people and their culture – all of which has inspired the game’s development.
Never Alone offers both side-by-side cooperative play as well as the ability to play solo.
The puzzle-platformer was released on November 18 last year by publisher E-Line Media, and is developed by Upper One Games. The game is currently available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.