With Wii U out in North America and launching in Europe at the end of the month, it’s obvious Nintendo will be focusing solely on developing first-party titles for its new system, but if you had any doubts on the matter, NoA director of product marketing Bill Trinen said this is indeed the case. When asked by Gamespot if Nintendo were developing titles for Wii, he replied: “No… not right now.” Granted, it’s possible the firm could try to extend the lifecycle of its console with new releases or multiformat titles in the future, but for now, the only “new” Nintendo title for the system is Kirby’s Dream Collection and it was released back in September.
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