Arstechnica, Charlie Hall- "About 150 Club Nintendo members had received a golden ticket for each night of this four-day junket, but I was more interested in talking to the invited students from DePaul University’s Game Dev program. These were undergraduates and graduate students who had made the decision to come to a four-year, liberal arts school to study up on how to make modern games.
This wasn’t just a regular demo session for them. It was Nintendo’s chance to sell a set of up-and-coming developers on its vision for the hardware. The students' reaction was a mix of giddy optimism about the system's potential and cynical skepticism about certain aspects of Wii U development."