Nintendo's Wii U, the company's first HD home console, appears to be on its last legs. With plummeting sales projections and a new console launching next year, Wii U only has a little gas left in the tank. One of the issues that plagued the console throughout its relatively short life was a lack of support from major third-party publishers, and Nintendo will be hoping to reverse that trend with next year's system, NX.
Nintendo has kept fairly tight-lipped about NX's lineup, but Ubisoft recently announced at least some support for the console in the form of Just Dance 2017. Square Enix and Bandai Namco are also rumored to be bringing multiple titles to the console, but this is unconfirmed at this time. Speaking with The Street, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick was asked about his company's plans for NX support, and although he didn't give any confirmation, he stated that his company is "very interested" in Nintendo's plans. Hit the jump to read on!