"There are no indications that there's anything that feels like it's off target," Moore told Reuters.
According to Moore, the Wii U won't replace the iPad 2, but its tablet-like controller will play into what consumers are confortable with.
EA seems excited about the Wii U. "Our teams are working on it around the world," Moore added. "Our key franchises will be there. We've made that commitment to Nintendo."
Next week, Moore will even be in Nintendo's Kyoto headquarters to check in on the Wii U. Moore plans to learn more about the Wii U's processing power, its price, and when Nintendo plans on shipping the machine.
If it is off-track, Peter, be sure to let us know. Likewise for the pricing and the ship date.
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EA: We love Wii U [Reuters]