We’ve seen a few glimpses of Wii U dev kits when the console was slated for release, but this is one of the first times we’ve seen a developer console ready to go. Notice the outputs for the GamePad. The colors used for the Wii U developer console are the same used for the Wii developer console, which is that deep almost forest green.
This is a nifty look at the developer console that Nintendo handed out to a few developers. With more indie developers joining the ranks of official Nintendo Developers, there will certainly be more of these in the wild. If you want to see more pictures, be sure and check out the NeoGAF thread here.
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