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Post by Eorl @ 01:16pm 02/09/14 | 5 Comments
While Nintendo's home console may not be doing the greatest in regards to third party support, with publishers like Ubisoft announcing no more "mature" games, the Wii U is still going quite strong with its first party listings as revealed by a new infographic of all 2014 and 2015 games.

As mentioned, the list is quite strong with typical Nintendo IPs like Super Smash Bros (which incidentally is on 3Ds as well), but a smattering of newer IPs can also be spotted. These include titles like Hyrule Warriors, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and Splatoon. Though third party support is weak, Wii U owners will still be able to enjoy multi-platform titles Just Dance, Skylanders and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Next year we can also expect big hitters like a new Star Fox, Zelda and Xenoblade Chronicles X.

Check it out in full over here, and let us know in the comments on what you'll be picking up for your Wii U.




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fpot
Posted 01:24pm 02/9/14
sif not post the infographic in here

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Eorl
Posted 01:27pm 02/9/14
I leave that up to you :) And it would kill the front page with a giant infographic. Though in saying that I'll just chuck a snippet up in href tags.
fpot
Posted 01:34pm 02/9/14
But it's so colourful!
Khel
Posted 02:53pm 02/9/14
Think I just have to face the fact I'm not the target market for the Wii U. Haven't turned mine on since April last year when that Lego City game came out and apart from *maybe* the Starfox and Zelda games in 2015, depending on how they look when we get a look at them, theres nothing on that infographic that interests me either. Feels like a lot of unrealised potential :(
groganus
Posted 03:26pm 02/9/14
That's pretty much how I feel Khel and the reason why despite there being a couple of games I'm keen as s*** to play, i'm still yet to buy a Wii U, I'll likely pick one up at the end of its life cycle dirt cheap with a swag full of games and smash them out during a quite period.
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