Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has revealed we'll see brand new third-party Wii U games later this year when Nintendo reveals the console's price and release date.

Iwata told The Independent that while we've seen some of the machine's third-party line-up, there's more to see:

I think some of these projects have already been announced at E3, but there are other games in the works that haven’t been announced yet and in the autumn, when we announce price point and timing of the launch, we will also be able to announce some more third-party titles.

Whether or not those third-party games will make it for launch is something we'll also have to wait to find out, but if you've been unimpressed by Wii U's third-party offerings so far there might be something to interest you at these autumnal events.