Your Nintendo account will be accessible from any other internet-enabled Wii U console, according to Nintendo of America's Cindy Gordon.
During E3 last week Nintendo confirmed that different users will have their own account on the forthcoming HD box, but whether they would be able to use the same account on another Wii U was still uncertain. In an interview with Wired's GeekMom, Gordon was quizzed into one of the Wii U's aspects that remained in the dark during E3: Will gamers be able to login to a friend's console using their account?
GM: Is there a way you can play your games on another Nintendo, for example if I go to my parents’ house and want to play on their console?
Cindy: You’ll have an account system so you’ll be able to access your account anywhere.
Whether users will be able to login simultaneously, playing with a friend on the same Wii U console, is still unknown however.
Gordon also confirmed that "every game for the Wii U, and this is true for the Nintendo 3DS too, will be available in both packaged as well as digital".