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EA Canada has said the Wii version of upcoming boxing game FaceBreaker will be almost a completely separate entity to its counterpart of Xbox 360 and PS3.
"In terms of game modes, controls, and gameplay we'll actually have a lot of stuff that the other systems won't," the studio told Official Nintendo Magazine in an interview.
"Since day one, we knew that we were taking FaceBreaker to the Wii. And we've learned that in order to be successful on the Wii, you have to create an experience that you can only get on this platform."
"So we chose to build just about everything from scratch specifically for the Wii. No port here folks. And for what it's worth, I believe that what FaceBreaker on the Wii lacks in super-duper, razzle-dazzle graphics, it more than makes up for by delivering a FaceBreakin' good time for you and your friends that you can only get on the Wii."
Elsewhere in the interview, the developer speaks on the influence of Punch Out and Ready 2 Rumble, which we consider the best boxing games of all time. To read the full interview, check out the latest issue of Official Nintendo Magazine, out tomorrow (May 9).
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