It’s no secret that fans of Nintendo have been worried about the lack of major third party support for its new system, the Wii U. This wasn’t helped at E3 when Nintendo’s conference involved ports of older games. During the latest Official Nintendo Magazine podcast however, editor in chief Chandra Nair made some interesting comments regarding third party content at this years E3.
It’s actually a moment I cant talk about, because my favourite bit of E3 was finding out about all the cool third party stuff that’s coming for the Wii U, which they decided not to talk about, which was awesome. So I just want to say yeah, there’s loads of third party stuff coming which I reckon we might see at Gamescom, or we might see at TGS, but its coming. That was my favourite bit because everyone was saying “No one’s bringing out anything for Wii U”, and I saw some cool things.
Gamescom takes place on 15th-19th August, and TGS on 20th-21st September, so fingers-crossed we’ll see some new games announced then.
With EA set to reveal some Wii U projects at its EA Sports Open House event next week and journalists claiming to have seen more than was shown at E3, it seems there’s plenty to be excited about for the Wii U.