Jay Leno: "You know, it's a pretty hot outside today." Audience: "How hot is it?" Jay Leno: "It's so hot I sold my Wii U because I found the game library to be unsatisfactory. In hindsight, paying $300 for it at launch was a poor investment." Okay, okay, smart guy, Jay Leno didn't actually use this routine. (Why you've been watching enough Jay Leno to know this for a fact, I won't ask.) Still, the Wii U is in something of a rough spot, with a rather barren release schedule and struggling sales. Things aren't looking good for the console, at the moment anyway. Still, that doesn't mean Nintendo's given up just yet. In fact... The Escapist Well, when you need your shit sorted out, call a plumber. Makes sense to me. Is this the push the Wii U needs? Well, it's struggles with third party support remain, and this might not be enough to win over the skeptics. This is certainly a positive step, but it remains to be seen if it'll be enough to give the system some much needed momentum. So, anyone want to bet on a name? Well, too late, because I'm calling it right now - Super Mario U-niverse. You can all go home now, it's over. gg, GBAtemp.