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Nintendo Wii U

Xenoblade Chronicles X (Trailer)

Xenoblade Chronicles X (Trailer)
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Formerly known as Project X, the Wii U exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles X looks to be the JRPG equivalent of Dragon Age: Inquisition and then some. Personalize your character, ride giant mechs and explore a vast and varied world.

Mario Kart 8 (Trailer 2)

Mario Kart 8 (Trailer 2)
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The latest trailer for the Wii U exclusive Mario Kart 8 shows off two of the game’s new items – the Boomerang and the Piranha Plant. The infamous Rainbow Road also returns with a new paint job. More here.

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NES Remix (Trailer)

NES Remix (Trailer)

Revisit 12 classic NES games, but with a twist. NES Remix for the Wii U switches things up by turning old tricks and challenges into mini-games and swapping characters into each other’s games. Available now on the eShop for $15.

Mario Kart 8 (Trailer)

Mario Kart 8 (Trailer)
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Nintendo slowly but surely builds up the Wii U’s lineup. Coming in 2014, Mario Kart 8 features more characters and vehicles, new tracks with anti-gravity wall-riding segments and the return of 12-player online matches.

The Wonderful 101 (Gameplay)

The Wonderful 101 (Gameplay)
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A look at some of the heroes’ powers in the Wii U exclusive The Wonderful 101, including a gigantic hand, a battering ram and a glider and even a bridge. It seems like one of the villains has the same transformation power. More here.

LEGO City: Undercover (Trailer)

LEGO City: Undercover (Trailer)
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Police officer Chase McCain will don disguises, solve puzzles and ride all sorts of vehicles to catch the silly criminals of LEGO City. It’s probably the closest the Wii U will get to a GTA game for now.

Scribblenauts Unltd. (Gameplay)

Scribblenauts Unltd. (Gameplay)
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A look at the single player gameplay of Wii U launch title Scribblenauts Unlimited. Maxwell now has a side-scrolling semi-open world filled with people – and animals! – to help and play with.

The Wonderful 101 (Trailer)

The Wonderful 101 (Trailer)

From the creators of Okami and Viewtiful Joe comes a quirky action game for the Wii U. Players will command a group of heroes who can combine and morph into different weapons and objects.

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Scribblenauts Unlimited
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One of the launch titles for Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console, Scribblenauts Unlimited will let players edit existing items and even create totally new ones for an even more varied experience.

ZombiU: Buckingham Gameplay

ZombiU: Buckingham Gameplay

Ubisoft shows off a bit of actual gameplay from its upcoming Wii U zombie FPS, giving us a little insight into the power of Nintendo’s new console, and the integration of the Wii U’s unique controller.

LEGO City: Undercover

LEGO City: Undercover

LEGO City: Undercover for the Wii U is a lighthearted open world action game with mini-games and augmented reality features. Think of it as kid-friendly version of Grand Theft Auto.

ZombiU (Trailer)

ZombiU (Trailer)

From the looks of Ubisoft’s brutal and bloody zombie thriller, the upcoming Nintendo Wii U is definitely not just a kids’ plaything – and we can’t wait. Controller and gameplay footage here.

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