It's kind of strange that there's a Nintendo Gamer article floating around about Black Ops 2 coming for Wii U in November, making it a launch window game. There was also some rumors that Madden will be a launch game as well. So my question to everyone is- why in the hell would Nintendo be holding this info back at their e3 conference? Controlling drone strikes or drawing up plays, with the wii U gamepad, that would have been prime footage for an e3 sizzle reel at least. Those are 2 franchises which could actually have a major impact on the wii u launch, so why hold back that info?
The reason i'm wondering is because Nintendo even had COD & Madden for the wii launch if i'm not mistaken; so what the hell changed with the wii U, why wouldn't Nintendo have these games lined up? There are 2 main possibilities i can think of- number 1; maybe Nintendo is holding their cards close for now, deciding that e3 doesn't really mean anything for 90% of the population (also not revealing too much to sony & micro until the last minute), and they will release more info & more titles as we approach the launch. Or number 2; Nintendo actually doesn't have these games lined up, or there are problems with development, which could mean that Nintendo just doesn't have their shit together for launch, or they may even have a major problem getting the online and/or tablet working appropriately with certain games. Can anyone think of anything else? or have any thoughts on this curious situation? Is Nintendo possibly holding back info, or am i just tripping?