Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has talked about the games that will appear for the upcoming Wii U home console, saying that developers are only capable of utilizing half of the device’s power because they lack experience working with its hardware.
The Nintendo Wii U was shown off extensively during the company’s E3 2012
press conference last week and, while we saw quite a few games be announced for the device, some fans weren’t that impressed with them.
Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata, however, believes that Wii U games will start becoming more and more attractive, as opposed to versions that will appear for the PS3 or Xbox 360, because developers will start getting accustomed to the new console.
"While existing platforms have engines that development teams have tuned and optimized for six to seven years after their respective launches, the Wii U is a new platform that has slightly different architecture and, since development teams have only just begun development on software for it, they are only at the halfway point to utilizing its full potential," he told investors, via CVG