Last week, Gaijin Games Released 'Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien' for the Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3 and Steam. Unfortunately, the Wii U version suffers from a minor bug which causes the system to lock up if you exit the game or attempt to power the system off. It's nice to know that Gaijin Games has acknowledged the big and they are at work on a patch to fix all of these issues.
Other than the bug that causes the system to freeze, there are also a number of other issues with the Wii U version of 'Runner2'. For example, there has been false reporting of your players' scores and only your highest score was saved. This was unacceptable as players are eager to see how they have progressed. Another issue is that if you were accidentally disconnected from the internet during gameplay, your system would connect back to the internet but the game itself wouldn't. This resulted in the player not being able to publish any scores to the Leaderboard even if they got disconnected just one time. Again, this is unacceptable and the patch is expected to be released as soon as possible.
Gaijin Games themselves have announced that when they were working on the Wii U version of 'Runner2', they didn't experience any difficulties on their Dev kits. The issue seems to be limited to retail Wii U units only. This can be a challenge to some Developers in the future. If anyone wants to fix a bug in a future game, they would have to tinker around on their dev kits, port the result to a retail Wii U console and see if the bug was solved. It's urgent that Nintendo issues updated dev kits to all Developers if they want to succeed in the 8th Generation of Consoles.