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Submitted by BlackWolf 929d ago | news

Nintendo hosting Wii U developer presentations at GDC

By John Kinsley

Nintendo will be present at the upcoming Game Developers Conference and will host two presentations for Wii U developers on how the get the most out of the new console. The two talks will focus on Wii U app development and on Miiverse. (GDC 2013, Miiverse, Nintendo, Wii U)

D2K  +   929d ago
Interesting.
RememberThe357  +   929d ago
It's sounding like they need to. Word around is that devs aren't too enthusiastic about the system at this point.
RTheRebel  +   929d ago
Retro Studios New Game Engine?
PopRocks359  +   929d ago
Huh. Does Nintendo go to GDC often? I look cautiously forward to this.
Realplaya  +   929d ago
I find it funny that developers talked about cancled projects and new ones but everyone hung onto cancled and neglected that there are new projects.
linkofrs  +   929d ago
This is good, nintendo really needs to present what the system does.

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