Friday, August 29, 2014
Iwata: Wii U will get games for “highly skilled users” in 2014

Iwata: Wii U will get games for “highly skilled users” in 2014

What could they be?

During a Nintendo Q&A Satoru Iwata, Nintendo’s CEO, mentioned that games that appeal to the more highly skilled users will join Wii U’s lacking roster in 2014.

“We have an offering of software for the end of this calendar year that encourages family fun at home. Nintendo is preparing a number of Wii U games for next year that greatly appeal to highly skilled users, but at the end of this calendar year, we have quite a few offerings that can be played by the whole family, dad and the kids, or grandparents and the kids.

A “number” of games indicates many will come, but what could they be? New Super Smash Bros and Bayonetta 2 could be one of those, while with news that Zelda U will be revealed at E3 2014, I’m not holding my breath for a 2014 release of the game. Still, two games don’t make a “number”, so Nintendo surely has some aces up their sleeve to win back the hardcore gamers. Metroid? Starfox? Monolith’s Project X pushed back into 2014? You name it.

What do you believe will grace our Wii U’s in 2014?

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