Over the next several weeks we’ll should begin to see more developers pledge support for the Wii U. Redspotgames comes out to say that they are going to working to convert their Wiiware games to the Wii U.

From the press release:

    redspotgames and Senile Team followed the announcement of the Nintendo Wii U carefully and are taken with the new Nintendo system. “All in all the Wii U seems to have a lot of strengths,” says Roel van Mastbergen, developer-in-chief of the upcoming “Rush Rush Rally Racing” for Nintendo WiiWare, “I hope I’ll get a chance to work with it soon.” The new input device was also praised, which gives developers a lot of freedom and “seems to be the most complete of any major game system to date.”

    Roel’s brother and also “Rush Rush Rally Racing” initial concept developer and level editor Jeroen van Mastbergen sees improvements for developers and gamers alike: “The increased internal memory and SD and USB extentions should fix the Wii’s memory issues completely,” the co-founder of Senile Team says, “so that you can download more [WiiWare] titles without encountering [disk space] problems.”

    redspotgames, who will release „Rush Rush Rally Racing“ within the next weeks on the WiiWare network and also covers the publishing, distribution and promotion, declares huge interest in adjusting upcoming WiiWare titles to the Wii U. “If there is the possibility, we are looking forward to make the games run on the Wii U as well.” They are in daily contact with Nintendo to receive more detailed information concerning the system’s details and architecture.

    The retro racer “Rush Rush Rally Racing” saw its first release on Sega Dreamcast in 2009 and will be available for download on Nintendo WiiWare between end of 2Q 2011 and early 3Q 2011.