One the the largest promises made regarding the upcomign Wii U was the fact that it would have a larger amount of third-party support. The promise was definitely something that was needed, but whether or not Nintendo could follow up was up in the air. So far, it looks like they are fulfilling that claim, with a number of third-party developers announcing titles to appear on the system. Ninja Gaiden 3 being one of them, and probably a much larger one was well.
We still don’t know when exactly the Wii U will be released, but there are plans to showcase it in June of next year at E3 2012. The most likely conclusion is that we can expect it for the 2012 holiday season, meaning we won’t be seeing the Wii U version of Ninja Gaiden 3 for another year. There’s also no information regarding differences between the other console versions and the Wii U versions, leaving quite a bit to speculation.
Like usual, the details linked to this announcement are kept a very large secret, but if you are a fan of the franchise, you could speculate. With Ninja Gaiden 3 coming to the Wii U, it is definitely something that we can expect to see more of – third party developers that is. Anything from the next Call of Duty game, to a Zelda game (where we may actually get a chance to play as Zelda herself. At this point, we can only wonder.