By Bryan Smith on February 4, 2016 at 12:55pm
There are a few rumors and considerations for two Wii U games: a rumor for "Mother 3" finally coming to the West, and a consideration for "Undertale."
According to EuroGamer, a reliable source named Emily Rogers, who has reported on previous Nintendo news before, has tipped people off on Twitter, now with the account deleted (for now), that "Mother 3" may be celebrating its 10th anniversary by releasing the game out West. Of course, this is just a rumor, but the facts do line up, with Lucas being added in as DLC for "Super Smash Bros." for Wii/3DS, "EarthBound Beginnings" being release to the West last year, and the 10th anniversary for "Mother 3" coming up.
On the "Undertale" side of things, the creator himself Toby Fox has stated that Nintendo tweeted at him, where he has been in talks with Nintendo to do a port of his game. He also states, however, that he can't do the programming himself as he doesn't know the proper programming language to code the game. "Undertale" was made with Game Maker, so someone would have to code the game for him. There's also the concern of accuracy and bugs that would result from the conversion. Though he didn't say that it wasn't impossible, there are a few things to consider before going through with a port or even remake of "Undertale" for Wii U, let alone other consoles.
EuroGamer Toby Fox's Twitter