Nintendo hosting Wii U development talks at GDC 13


This year’s Game Developers Conference will see Nintendo host two separate development talks, Gamasutra reports.

The first, titled Nintendo Wii U Application Development with HTML and JavaScript, will “introduce a new way of rapidly developing Wii U applications that takes full advantage of unique Wii U features, while significantly reducing development times.”

Next up is a session called Miiverse Support from Your Games, and will seek to explain “how Miiverse makes it possible for your Wii U games to connect more players and to offer more enjoyable gaming experiences.”

It’s a concerted to entice more developers to the console, which so far has drawn criticism for its sparse release schedule.

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