Itagaki\u2019s Devil\u2019s Third is coming to Wii U on 28th August. It\u2019s hard to know what to make of this game, never mind its chances of finding success on Wii U. Nintendo\u2019s machine has quietly forged an impressive line-up of fighting titles with the likes of Bayonetta 2, The Wonderful 101 and Super Smash Bros. all earning plaudits. These games\u00a0have helped make the Wii U a compelling purchase for enthusiasts of kicking and punching. Nonetheless, Itagaki\u2019s new opus is an odd match and it will be fascinating\u00a0to see if the game can find a decent\u00a0audience. Rather grimly, the Wii\u2019s Mad World springs to my mind. So what else do we know? Well, the game is a single and multiplayer, third-person action game that blends military weaponry, swordplay and melee combat. The online component is pitched as a clan-focused battler based on territory defence. Devil\u2019s Third's story\u00a0sounds\u00a0beautifully clich\u00e9d,\u00a0coming straight from the Snake Plissken school of story-telling. The game follows Ivan, a former mercenary let loose from his incarceration to right the wrongs of his past and take down a shadowy terrorist group he once belonged to. The trailer doesn't\u00a0make things much clearer, but then what else should we expect from the mind that brought us Dead or Alive? Devil\u2019s Third\u00a0releases in Europe on 28th\u00a0August, at retail and\u00a0on the\u00a0Nintendo eShop.