Nintendo reminds us that it’s the pound-for-pound king of original franchises with another god-tier launch title. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a true open world adventure that just might single-handedly save the Wii U and Nintendo’s next console.
Help Link explore, hunt, cook, fight, swim, solve puzzles and more in his grandest adventure yet. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild promises a lush open world where ancient machines lie forgotton. Coming to the Wii U and Nintendo’s next gen console 3/2017.
Replay the adventures of Wolf Link and Midna in 1080p with this Wii U exclusive. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD also adds a higher difficulty mode and an extra dungeon that can be unlocked with the Wolf Link Amiibo that comes with the physical copy of the game.
Atlus and Intelligent Systems team up for this upcoming Wii U JRPG, which combines Shin Megami Tensei‘s tropes and gameplay mechanics – high school students, turn-based combat – with Fire Emblem‘s characters and world.
An in-depth look at the Wii U exclusive explains the game’s basic features, including the different characters you can use in single and multiplayer, the new power-ups and more. Double Mario looks awesome. Did Wii U finally get a killer app?
Progress bars suck. Beyond being irritating, they’re just plain dull. Not so on the Wii U, where hundreds of individual Pikmin carry your data in place of a progress bar during transfers. (Thanks VGBlade!)