By Spencer . January 20, 2009 . 2:45pm
What is Brownie Brown up to these days? The Tokyo based developer recently finished Blue Dragon Plus for Japan and in the future they might be working with the Wii. Shinichi Kameoka, President of Brownie Brown, tells us, “I’d like to try making games for the Wii. We’re optimistic about it and looking into it.”
Well, that makes sense since Brownie Brown is a Nintendo funded studio. However, this could be a first for Brownie Brown since they have not completed a console game to date. Brownie Brown’s history is entirely made up of portable titles like Sword of Mana, Magical Starsign, and the Japan-only Magical Vacation. On the prospect of downloadable games like WiiWare and DSiWare Kameoka-san explains, “we’re really interested.”
Brownie Brown also had a hand in developing Mother 3. While it’s way too late for Nintendo of America to backtrack and release Mother 3 as a Game Boy Advance game they could port it to the Nintendo DS. “If we were asked to make one [a DS version of Mother 3], then we would definitely like for fans abroad to play the game,” Kameoka-san said.
Well have more from Shinichi Kameoka later this week when he discusses the formation of Brownie Brown and the development of Blue Dragon Plus.
Images courtesy of Brownie Brown.