The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth developer teases Wii U release

Here's six seconds of it running on Nintendo hardware.

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth developer Nicalis has posted a video showing six seconds of the game running on Wii U.

This off-screen footage of the Mega Maw loading animation suggests a release is coming on Nintendo's latest console, even though Nicalis nor the original game creator Edmund McMillen - who's helping with this remake - have confirmed this.

When asked about this port, McMillen told me via e-mail "Could just be a reflection or something... My theory is its casting a shadow from one limb, to the other limb?"

Your guess is as good as mine.

Previously, The Binding of Issac was rejected by Nintendo for a 3DS release due to its "questionable religious content." Perhaps the Kyoto-based company has had a change of heart?

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is coming to PS4, Vita and PC on 4th November.

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