Tharsis, a turn-based strategy game, has received a rating by PEGI (the European ratings system) for the Wii U. Choice Provisions is listed as the bringing the game to the system. According to Nintendo Everything, the company had previously mentioned that they’d like to port the game to the Wii U. There is no official announcement of the game for the system yet.
Here is how the game is described (via Nintendo Everything):
” Earth’s first Mars mission should have been 300 days to glory. But Yuri only made it to 170, and we lost Allison after 105. Turns out, life in space is just that: life, with moods and jealousies and infuriating little failures. Only you’re a few million miles from civilization, so humanity’s frailties also happen to be deadly.
Tharsis is a turn-based, perma-death, realistic space strategy game. With dice. And cannibalism. It puts you in control of the first-ever mission to Mars, just as it’s struck by a meteor storm.
But some part of you knows this landing is possible. In fact, the more you think about those signals from the Tharsis region, the less you believe you’d be first to set foot there…
Defy the odds, make the difficult decisions, and embark on the most important rescue mission in all of mankind.”
Are you interested in Tharsis?
Source: Nintendo Everything