• J-Fid - March 5, 2014 4:52 p.m.

    So this might as well be a list of ALL Wii U games. Or at least all notable games. Wonder how different the list will look like when it's all said and done.
  • shawksta - March 5, 2014 5:07 p.m.

    W101 is horrendously too low.
  • -_-Anonymous-_- - May 24, 2014 8:01 p.m.

    The real reason why the Wii U doesn't have that many games, is because of xbox & playstation fanboys like you, who are dissing Nintendo on everything. You xbox and playstation fanboys are NOT real Gamers, and never will be one. I've been gaming since the late 1970's. And I've played every console that has been out so far. It's NOT Nintendo that is messing everything up. It's fanboys like you who are nothing but little kids who get M rated games, and you think you are a Gamer. It's your fault that Nintendo is NOT getting 3rd party support. and you rip on them even more. You playstation and xbox fanboys are sick in the head. you need to go outside and enjoy the outdoor life, without your smartphones, and another thing. texting is for steers and queers.
  • ThePokeMaster - June 3, 2014 1:10 a.m.

    This is just a typical case of one group of fanboys blaming another group of fans for the missteps and current struggle of the system or company of their choice. Who cares what other Xbox and PlayStation fanboys say! What matters is that NINTENDO FANS themselves support their systems and games. WHERE ARE THEY? Why aren't Nintendo fans buying the Wii U? Don't focus on blaming Xbox or PlayStation fans. No amount of fanboy talk made the Wii U fail. Talk to the NIntendo fanbase. Convince them about why they should support Nintendo more. I love Nintendo and I want them to succeed, but this isn't the fault of Xbox or PS gamers. Also who the hell are you to proclaim who is a real gamer or not? I seriously hope you were joking. You have absolutely no concrete argument for that. You're either old and crazy or a little kid. What in the world do you have against smartphones? I get it, Xbox, PlayStation and cellphones are new. You hate new. Nintendo forever. LOL Kids growing up playing Nintendo games also found more mature games like Mortal Kombat, Contra, Ninja Gaiden appealing and cool. This isn't something new. You think all they did was play Mario? Let me educate you: Even before the Wii U, Satoru Iwata took away the autonomy of Nintendo of America when he took over. This meant the Japanese branch, the headquarters, made all the calls. This was right when the West started gaining a lot of traction as the most important part of the world sales-wise for the industry. Multiple Western third-party relationships with Nintendo quickly soured, many that had worked with Nintendo closely in the past had their bonds broken with the big N, and it still hurts Nintendo to this day. Third-party support in general is much more horrid than when Satoru Iwata originally stepped into the role as president of Nintendo, and it has only been getting progressively worse. Under Iwata's leadership, Nintendo allowed the Wii to flounder for two years at the end of its life without much software support. This made it so the casual gamers that were attached to the Wii name went elsewhere for their entertainment, and it made it so any momentum Nintendo would have had going into the Wii U was dead.
  • matthew-green - July 10, 2014 4:25 p.m.

    dude, don't be a sammy classic sonic fan. you're making us all look like ragers.
  • ultragamer - June 4, 2014 6 p.m.

    i love the wii u. cant wait for Hyrule warriors, zelda wii u, and super smash bros 4. I find it sad though that many new 3rd part titles arent coming to the system. Why cant anybody see that the gamepad has so much potential. Also i own Arkham City and its a great game but it can be a little glitchy at times. Is this on all systems or just wii u?
  • Psylockerules - December 19, 2014 1:46 p.m.

    List needs updating now treasure tracker and Smash is out

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