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Telltale Games signs Wii publishing deal

Back to the Future: The Game will arrive on console in October

Telltale Games, best known for its episodic content like Back to the Future: The Game, has signed a publishing licensor agreement with Nintendo.

The company will publish Back to the Future on Wii in October.

"Securing a publishing agreement with Nintendo of America ensures that we can make our popular content available on every major console platform. This signing is a significant milestone in our long-term growth strategy." said Dan Connors, Telltale CEO.

Episodes of Back To The Future: The Game have achieved more that one million downloads on PC.

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Nicholas Russell writer 9 years ago
Your long term growth strategy includes signing your name on the tombstone of a console that died years ago and is now having its grave robbed by the next generation? Hey, I think I met that monkey who works for you.
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Antony Cain Lecturer, Teesside University9 years ago
Died years ago? Nintendo had 9 of the top 10 games sold last week, 5 of which were on the Wii. I wouldn't exactly call that dead.

I'd also guess this signs them up for the WiiU
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