Wii U schedule of launch games leaked!
Nintendo’s current Wii U games release schedule has been leaked online, allegedly by an employee of one of the large independent retail chains, according to online sources. MyCE has managed to obtain a photo of the documentation detailing the first thirty Wii U games releases, which is shown below.
For those interested in some in game footage a few of these games have already been showcased to great effect in Nintendo’s E3 video here.
‘Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition’ and ‘Assassin’s Creed III’ certainly seem to have some impressive graphics already with the Batman segment in particular giving an insight into the use of the innovative the touchscreen controller.
8 Comments on Wii U schedule of launch games leaked!
- Mr. Belvedere
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- Posted on: 06 Aug 12 22:26
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- Posted on: 06 Aug 12 23:12
I'm not really impressed by those games. I wonder if i should be.
Whether the gameplay lives up to the graphics is another matter but it will probably be a while yet before the first full reviews appear.
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- Posted on: 06 Aug 12 23:28
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- Posted on: 07 Aug 12 06:11
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- Posted on: 10 Aug 12 11:38
Wow, that's depressing. The only games I'd get would be rayman (which I already have for ps3) and the new super mario bros (which i already have for wii). This lineup blows, same as nintendo. Not even a new Zelda there which could at least attract my interest for the wii u.
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- Posted on: 15 Aug 12 21:40
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