Project P-100 casts players as the leader of a group of super heroes that can be combined to create massive weapons, bridges and a host of other bizarre items by drawing shapes using either the Wii-U’s touchscreen or the right analog stick. During my demo I was able to create a ludicrously large sword by drawing a straight line, a stupidly big gun by making an “L” shape, and a huge fist gauntlety thingy that pummeled the shit out of pretty much everything. Outside of using shapes to morph your comrades you can also use them as your basic attack kinda the way you would in Pikmin, only instead of throwing them they kind of jolt outward like a punch,your super powered buddies also serve as your shield, in the form of a large weight thing in addition to allowing you to dodge incoming attacks by becoming a slinky(?). P-100′s demo had me walking the suburbs of a city taking out mechanical enemies both big and small, sometimes you’d come across small gatherings of civilians being antagonized by their mechanoid oppressors, upon rescuing them drawing a circle around your rescuees will cause your heroic mob to organize accordingly and assimilate the civilians into your roving band of survivors. Extra party members means extra power, as your morph weapons and normal attack will both grow stronger with each new person added to your team. My demo of Project P-100 ended in half a boss fight with a gargantuan mech as I feverishly hacked away at the various power cores on his hand while dodging a flurry of missiles. After destroying one hand you’re taught how to form a morph bridge so that you can quickly run across his body to his other hand, after which, the demo ended with a screen simply stating “To be continued….”. I wish my time with the title could’ve been longer but its probably for the best that it wasn’t, Project P is far too addictive. At this moment Project P is said to be a launch title for the Wii-U and has no set price point for the moment, also notable is that “Project P-100″ is a working title; we have no idea what the game’s real name will be upon completion. With elegantly designed gameplay mechanics, a beautifully simplistic art style, and the Platinum Games pedigree backing it, Project P-100 will most definitely be one of the Wii-U’s stronger launch titles.