Baroque for Wii gains a Sega Saturn camera angle

By Spencer . December 21, 2007 . 2:12pm


Sting never made a murmur about the existence of a Wii port, which allowed Atlus to surprise the world when they announced Baroque was coming to North America. I think we’re all expecting Sting to add in motion controls for the Wii-make and a nunchuck/remote input scheme is part of Baroque. If swinging the remote around isn’t your forte, grab a classic controller for a traditional experience. Barqoue will support it. Sting is also updating the visuals with widescreen graphics and adding a first person camera as a throwback to the Sega Saturn version. Since Atlus is releasing both games simultaneously in North America, it is unclear if their PlayStation 2 release will include the FPS style camera or any other additions Sting is planning for the Wii version.

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  • This only makes me want the game even more.

  • Andrew

    Great addition. Too bad there’s no Masaharu Iwata musical score for this version.

  • @Andrew

    Agreed! Masaharu Iwata’s Baroque OST is amazing. Still, the new OST is quite good as well. Nowhere near as good as Iwata’s, of course, but still good.

  • ryne11

    I know nothing about the series, but from what I have seen with this game, it looks very interesting

  • pedrocasilva

    this is how wii ports should be made, I’m proud of atlus (and sting), if anything, they were the ones who had the excuse to do that, being relatively small developers.

    This also bumps me for the Wii version, shame Europe always comes last.

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