Reading Kotaku's article made me realize that (, in Japan at least,) Wii U is no longer enjoying that year's headstart in the quantity of games available for it. A full year has already passed since the PS4 / Xbox One were released in the West, so it's natural that games for these platforms are coming only now. This isn't news to most Wii U owners (I hope), but what should be news is the alarming lack of quantity Nintendo had in mind for 2015. Looking at Nintendo's schedule, this is the best we can hope for during the entirety of 2015: Splatoon Yoshi's Woolly World Mario Maker Mario Party 10 Project Giant Robot (?) Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Project Guard (?) Star Fox Xenoblade Chronicles X Zelda Two of the games in this list (marked with a ?) are games we haven't heard about in any detail, so realistically there are 7 games to look forward to in 2015. This list is obviously not taking into account Wii U exclusive games not made/published by Nintendo, though I haven't heard much from such games (e.g. Devil's Third) and I'm deliberately leaving out games that are for Japan only (e.g. Rodea the Sky Soldier). To keep it short, this is what most Wii U owners out there will get to see throughout 2015 for the Wii U. I have to say I'm not too worried myself, but I want to say that I'm happy now that I bought a PS4 alongside my Wii U.