Electronic Arts has said that they are committed to brining "key games" to Nintendo's Wii U.
Peter Moore, speaking for the company, spoke glowingly of the opportunities presented by the new console's tablet control system, and rubbished the notion that it will prove to be competition for the iPad 2.
He told Reuters: "There are no indications that there's anything that feels like it's off target.
"From our perspective right now, specs are a big deal," he added, saying that during a trip to Nintendo, he will be looking to find out more about the Wii U's graphic and computer processing units, its price and when it might be shipped."
Moore continued: "No one thinks it's going to replace an iPad 2 but it is playing into what a consumer feels comfortable with.
"Our teams are working on it around the world. Our key franchises will be there. We've made that commitment to Nintendo."
The Wii U is expected to be released in time for Christmas 2012.
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