Shin’en Reveals FAST Racing Neo for Wii U

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Shin’en Multimedia has revealed a new game for the eShop. The German developer behind Nano Assault, Nanostray, Jett Rocket, FAST Racing League, Fun! Fun! Minigolf, and Art of Balance are developing FAST Racing Neo for Wii U.

FAST Racing Neo Teaser | Shin'en Multimedia

Unfortunately, there is very little known about the game other than the fact that it will be coming out in 2014 on Wii U. It could be a sequel, like with Jett Rocket and Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai. However, it could also be an upgraded port of the WiiWare title FAST Racing League, like with Art of Balance and Fun! Fun! Minigolf going from WiiWare to the 3DS eShop or even Nano Assault getting an HD port on the Wii U with Nano Assault Neo.

Whether it is a sequel or an enhanced remake, we will be sure to bring you any information as it comes up.

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