Nintendo-owned developer Monolithsoft (who made the Xenosaga
and Baten Kaitos
games before it was purchased) announced today that it's looking to hire new staff to work on its latest project -- a Wii U game. The studio is looking for programmers, planners, CG artists, 2D designers, effects designers, and more. In other words, it's looking to build its roster significantly
for this project, which suggests a big one.
Of course, the last three games Monolith made for Nintendo were Xenoblade
, Disaster: Day of Crisis
, and Soma Bringer
, so we're already pessimistic about the American localization prospects of this unreleased, undeveloped game.