[Essentials] Wii U games

Discussion in 'Wii U - Games & Content' started by Taleweaver, Dec 4, 2012.

Dec 4, 2012

[Essentials] Wii U games by Taleweaver at 8:24 AM (25,226 Views / 1 Likes) 284 Comments

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    I have Nintendo Land and Black Ops 2. I want to get either ZombieU or NSMBu, and you didn't paint a pretty picture of ZombieU, so I think I will go for NSMBu. Do you think you would have liked NSMBu better than ZombieU. Oh btw, Black Ops 2 has point and shoot with the wii remote/nunchuck, that's the only reason I got it, I'm not good at COD games using a PS360 controller.

    +1 Black Ops 2
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    +1 Sonic and Sega All Stars Racing Trabsformed
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    +1 Nintendoland, and New Super Mario Bros U
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    it's opposite genre. I think I wouldn't play a lot NSMBu (I didn't play NSMB wii), but I'll try to complete ZombiU.
    I was expecting better visual (as it was a WiiU exclusive, not a port, and picture I saw on the net was good). Maybe I expected too much? I don't know a lot of other HD games to compare visuals. maybe that's the norms.
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    +1 Nano assault Neo
    +1 Trine 2: Director's Cut
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    Assassins Creed III
    New Super Mario Bros U
    Nintendo Land
    Warriors Orochi 3(great game!!!)
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    +1 New Super Mario Bros U (Best Mario game I played since SM64)
    +1 Nintendoland(Great game, wish I had more people to play it with though)
    +1 Sonic Racing (Best Kart Racer Game Thus Far)
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    Some additions of myself:

    +1 New Super Mario Bros U (at first, I thought this would just be a rehash of NSMBW. While not entirely untrue, there are some very creative levels, and the challenges and boost mode really give it something extra).
    +1 Little inferno (kinda strange that this game is so much fun. After all, all it is is "burn stuff". But it does that nicely. The style and 'story' go a long way as well).
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    +1 Nintendo Land
    +1 ZombiU
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    I have 3 Wii U games: NintendoLand, Scribblenauts Unlimited, and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
    Of the 3, currently I'll vote for:
    +1 NintendoLand
    +1 Call of Duty: Black Ops II
    I still need to beat Scribblenauts before deciding whether or not I'll vote for it.
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    +1 for NSMBU
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    ZombiU started development on the 360 so that might explain why it doesn't exactly wow visually despite being an exclusive.
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    +1 Trine 2 (I wasn't sold on this at first...the graphics are a bit too "look at me being pretty!!!" and controls take getting used to. But there's far more depth in this 'Lost Vikings'-sort of platformer than I first thought).
    +1 Batman: Arkham city (note: I haven't played the original. All I can say is that the extra gamepad is put to good use with the map, inventory management and the hacking of things. The game itself is most likely just as good as the original).
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    +1 Mario. Love playing it on the pad.
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    +1 Assassin's Creed 3
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    +1 Little Inferno (Gotta represent the indie games)
    +1 Nintendo land (I haven't had a chance to play any of the 2 player games but they seem fun enough)

    I also have NSMB U But I haven't played it at all so I'll reserve judgement on it for now.
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    +1 NintendoLand
    +1 NSMB U
    +1 Zombi U
    +1 Trine 2
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    +1 Little Inferno

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