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Abyss – Official Wii U Trailer Shows Off New Features

Abyss – Official Wii U Trailer Shows Off New Features

by Steve CullumMarch 21, 2014

EnjoyUp has announced Abyss is coming to the Wii U eShop. This version will include several new features like 12 original missions, eight original missions in Dark Mode, competitive two-player mode, graphic effects, remixed music, and off-TV play. Check out the official trailer and press release.



Earth, 3024.

Natural resources are scarce and the survival of the human race is in danger. Desperate to find new energy resources, the ASAN creates Nep2no: a biomechanical robot capable of withstanding extreme depths in the hope of finding new energy sources.

After many years of exploration, a new energy source is found: codenamed ‘Gaia’.

Your mission will be to find the ‘Gaia’ energy stones by exploring the depths. To do so, you must control Nep2no by counteracting gravity and the surrounding darkness with the aid of a light – however, that light goes out little by little…

New features:

– 12 Original missions plus 8 in Dark mode.
– Competitive two-player mode.
– New Graphic Effects and remixed Music.
-TV- Off Mode

About EnjoyUp Games

Innovative developer in the gaming industry, EnjoyUp Games born with a team with more than 15 years of experience on the entertainment sector and the idea of revolutionize the concept of video game, a young company with strong principle of contribute with new and fun game forms.

Our philosophy is create new products that give new sensations to the player. We have achieved this with our ambitious and original project Chronos Twins, a game never seen were the action runs on two screens at once with a new concept of time.

With these projects, EnjoyUp achieve his short-term objectives. With a look on the future on new and fascinating challenges, becoming a promising studio on the video game sector.

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About The Author
Steve Cullum
Steve is a Senior Editor for NintendoFuse. He has been a Nintendo fan since the NES and Game Boy. His favorite types of games are action platformers, multiplayer “party” games, and any game that is pure fun and pulls him in for hours. Steve has been blogging for NintendoFuse since 2008.

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