Nintendo Wants To Collaborate With More Third-Party Developers For Wii U

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2 years ago#1
http://mynintendonews.com/2013/01/31/nintendo-wants-to-collaborate-with-more-third-party-developers-for-wii-u/

Nintendo is working with third-party developers to bring exclusive games to the Wii U console. For example, Nintendo will be publishing upcoming action game Bayonetta 2, which is being developed by Platinum Games, a third-party developer. Nintendo is also working with third-party developer Atlus on another Wii U exclsuive title, Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem. However, the company confirmed today that it wants to work with more third-party developers to produce content for Wii U.
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Exodia - Obliterate!!!
2 years ago#2
Really old dude
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News - EA does not like the Wii U. Fanboy - good they are horrible anyway.
2 years ago#3
Depends on whether or not the third party developers (or publishers to be more precise) want to play ball though.
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