IGN has a new article regarding Nintendo's recent reassurance to investors that the development quality of games for the Wii-U increase over time. President of the company Satoru Iwata believes it is a problem that "time will eventually solve."
"Each game console has its own unique qualities, and developers must go through a trial and error phase to acquire the knack of taking full advantage of them," Iwata told investors. "This time does not come until a final version of the hardware and development tools for the version have been made available and then a base for software development has been established. For Wii U, such a time finally came in the latter half of last year. In this sense, we could not avoid the trial and error stage to create games which take full advantage of the hardware."