Forget about an achievement system like that of the PlayStation 3 for the Wii U, as Nintendo won’t have a system-wide achievement structure.
According to Eurogamer, the Scribblenauts Unlimited developers made this announcement: each Wii U game is responsible for creating user accomplishment awards.
5th Cell’s Jeremiah Slaczka says, “There are no Wii U accomplishments that are system-wide. Scribblenauts Unlimited loosely has them in the form of ‘Global Shards’, a giant check list of global things to spawn and do in the game that aren’t area specific.”
Scribblenauts Unlimited will have a form of achievement system - but it's more like a check list of 'Things to Do' in the game.
Nintendo has mentioned before that it plans to include a similar achievement structure in its Wii U launch titles, New Super Mario Bros. and Nintendo Land.
You’ll be able to comment and post about your achievements on Nintendo’s Wii social network, the MiiVerse – but it won’t be in line with a structured achievements system.
The Wii U launches in Europe on 30 November – just under three weeks from now.