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4 Games Coming to the Wii U that Could be Much Better with these Small Tweaks

4 Games Coming to the Wii U that Could be Much Better with these Small Tweaks
The Wii U has not had a big impact in the game industry yet, it’s still in its infancy. Although looking at future titles for the system, the Wii U’s upcoming game library could use a few tweaks.

  1. The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker Remake

  2. The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker Remake
    Although it’s nice to have a better looking version of an older Zelda game, it would be much better to have an entirely new Zelda game instead. The launch of this remake most certainly has had an effect on the release of the new Zelda game. I think Majora’s Mask is more suited for a remake, like portrayed in this YouTube video:
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  3. Rayman Legends

    This is the upcoming platformer that originally got delayed from its initial release date. There is controversy that the only reasons the Wii U version was delayed was because the game went from Wii U exclusive to multi-platform; so the Wii U version may be complete but they delayed the release so it can go out on all consoles at the same time. If it was released on time we’d all be enjoying it today.
    Rayman Legends

  4. Aliens: Colonial Marines

  5. Seriously just don’t even release a port.

  6. Pikmin 3

  7. Finally Nintendo has gotten around to another Pikmin title. This game was unique and had that Nintendo charm with its ant-link Pikmin and beautiful world full of strange creatures. Although they are planning on bringing new Rock Pikmin, and possibly Flying Pikmin, to the mix I think they could have been more creative and added more new Pikmin.
    Pikmin 3

Well to be honest there aren’t a ton of games to look forward to on the Wii U in the coming months. I guess this is what happens with the first year a console is released; not many games to play but a lot of potential for the future.



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  • Sturm Davenport