Commander Video may benefit from an additional screen.
Bit.Trip Runner's Wii U sequel, Runner2, might utilize the platform's unique control interface in some interesting ways.
In an interview with Official Nintendo Magazine, Alex Neuse of developer Gaijin Games specifically mentions the Wii U GamePad and its touch screen as a possible venue for Runner2's gameplay.
"For Runner2, we're thinking about how we can use the controller as an alternate world. For instance, what if CommanderVideo got warped down to the controller and had to do stuff different to what's going on in the main game. It's turning into a new canvas to paint on."
Neuse also proposed some ideas for future uses of the system.
"I'm imagining a game in which two players play co-op, with one using the Wii U controller and the other using a standard Wii Remote. What if the person with the Wii U controller could help the other person with the Wii U controller could help the other player out using, say, surveillance cameras, a bit like Theora Jones with Edison Carter [from Max Headroom]."