Nintendo is shopping their upcoming Wii U system around to introduce it to developers and selected members of the public. The results have been interesting. While the console itself impresses, developers are concerned about making games for the Wii U. As a new system, it doesn’t have the same audience behind it as established consoles, reducing the number of potential customers for new games. This access barrier also troubled the original Wii. Can Nintendo bridge the gap between players and developers again? Ars Technica has the story.