Here at Capsule Computers, we recently reported on how video game journalists were receiving weird phone calls & postcards prior to E3 about a game called medium, and this has led us to do some investigation.

Naturally, the first thing we did was send off an email, to which we got this strange reply:

Follow the signs!
Your Medium


We wern’t alone in this either. Go Nintendo emailed the Medum website as well, only to get this bizarre message:

Enjoy your game!
You have only seen half so far.
This is all what I can tell you at this time.
Something big is coming 🙂

Thistheaveragegamer also got a similar reply:

Enjoy your game!
Something big is coming 🙂

Your Medium

Originally many reporters (including us) have been swept up in the confusion and mystery of all this viral marketing, mainly because in the faint voice mail many reporters received, it was difficult to distinguish if the word “Medium” was in fact “Medium” or rather “Wii U”. Some people have claimed this was sent out exclusively to Nintendo journalists only, but that is to be confirmed. Regardless, Medium has now been confirmed as a unique multi-platform experience unlike we’ve ever witnessed before, as revealed by an E3 email sent out to the press stating:


Completely new model of gameplay. New gender. The game is coming for WiiU or PSvita/PS3 and also for X360, iOS, Android and PC.

As you can see, even when being clear this title is still confusing.

The game’s developer has also been established, as the website for Medium appears to be owned by the developer Blooper Team, which primarily consists of members from the former development team Nibris, who focused on Nintendo DS and Wii titles. So it’d make sense if this was a Nintendo exclusive title if it wasn’t for this E3 email.

At the end of the day, this still sounds confusing as hell. How can a title being coming got WiiU or PSvita/PS3? And also for X360, iOS, Android and PC? That doesn’t make sense at all.

One thing is for certain: whatever Blooper reveals at E3 is certainly going to have my attention!

Matt Vella. Capsule Computers' Community Manager. I say 'Laters' a lot.

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