Nintendo: A Lot of Third-Party Games Have’t Been Announced

By   /   Jun 15, 2012


If you’re thinking of buying a Wii U, chances are one of your main concerns with the console is lack of third-party support. This was highlighted even more at E3, where Nintendo failed to excite fans when it comes to the console’s third-party offerings.

In an interview with Videogamer, Nintendo UK General Manger David Yarnton was asked about third-party support and the rumored release of Black Ops II appearing on the platform.

I think a lot of third-party companies are developing for Wii U and a lot of it hasn’t been announced, but we can’t comment on speculation. There are lots of things everybody wishes for.

Hopefully, the games that “haven’t been announced” are core games. I’m guessing most of these will be ports from Xbox 360 and PS3 games, but can Nintendo even be picky at this point?

What franchise do you want to see on the Wii U? Aside from the usual party games and platformers, of course.

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