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ArchangelMadzz said:

I can't put into words how much of a genuine pain I get in the center of my head when people actually believe this. 

I don't think anyone believes that. That would be crazy.



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Didn't people say there was a drought for Wii U? Which is it? Was Nintendo releasing games or not. Anyway there are a handful of 85+ retail exclusive games on the Wii U while PS4 has one. Since I have a PC multiplats are bought on that. People always mention how PS4 and XBO have exclusives over PC, but I am not seeing it this generation. Why should I as a PC gamer get a PS4 to play one game - Bloodborne. When I can ge a Wii U instead and play a at least five >85 exclusive games.



sc94597 said:
Didn't people say there was a drought for Wii U? Which is it? Was Nintendo releasing games or not. Anyway there are a handful of 85+ retail exclusive games on the Wii U while PS4 has one. Since I have a PC multiplats are bought on that. People always mention how PS4 and XBO have exclusives over PC, but I am not seeing it this generation. Why should I as a PC gamer get a PS4 to play one game - Bloodborne. When I can ge a Wii U instead and play a at least five >85 exclusive games.


In the OP i said that it took them a long time to get all of their games out and now they have a great library. Allow Sony and MS to do the same. 



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sc94597 said:
Didn't people say there was a drought for Wii U? Which is it? Was Nintendo releasing games or not. Anyway there are a handful of 85+ retail exclusive games on the Wii U while PS4 has one. Since I have a PC multiplats are bought on that. People always mention how PS4 and XBO have exclusives over PC, but I am not seeing it this generation. Why should I as a PC gamer get a PS4 to play one game - Bloodborne. When I can ge a Wii U instead and play a at least five >85 exclusive games.


That's if you value metacrtic. I played both Driveclub (71) and Resogun (85) and I enjoyed both but I enjoy Driveclub (still play it to this day) leagues more than resogun which the law of metacritic shouldn't allow. But people have personal preference.



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Personally, the best games I've played thus far this gen are multiplats, with one or two exceptions (what can I say, I have a soft spot for InFamous...)



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ArchangelMadzz said:
sc94597 said:
Didn't people say there was a drought for Wii U? Which is it? Was Nintendo releasing games or not. Anyway there are a handful of 85+ retail exclusive games on the Wii U while PS4 has one. Since I have a PC multiplats are bought on that. People always mention how PS4 and XBO have exclusives over PC, but I am not seeing it this generation. Why should I as a PC gamer get a PS4 to play one game - Bloodborne. When I can ge a Wii U instead and play a at least five >85 exclusive games.


That's if you value metacrtic. I played both Driveclub (71) and Resogun (85) and I enjoyed both but I enjoy Driveclub (still play it to this day) leagues more than resogun which the law of metacritic shouldn't allow. But people have personal preference.

Yeah, metacritic isn't the be all end all. I thought Knack was a much more enjoyable game than Resogun



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It's all dependent on context and preference.

- If you're discussing the ability to produce 1st party games of each of the company in the 8th gen then it's only fair to compare with aligned launches (so removing the last year for the Wii U)
- In a discussion about which console currently has the best software lineup then you consider all games available for all consoles.
- Most important of all, no matter how hard you try to argue with Metacritic scores, number of games, 1st vs 3rd party, in the end it comes down to gaming preferences and there's no definite answer to the question "Which 8th gen console has the best software?"



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Bloodborne (very well may be the game of the generation), Infamous, and New Super Mario Bros U are the 3 best exclusives in my book. Bloodborne is by far the best game on any platform this gen imo.

 

 

I think the Wii U's library is pretty solid actually, it is doing exactly what Nintendo wants (as far as games) because lets face it Nintendo does not care about 3rd party at all. 

Library's 

PS4>XBOne>Wii U

Exclusive Library

PS4>Wii U> XBOne



New Super Mario Bros U
Nintendo Land
Lego City Undercover
Pikmin 3
The Wonderful 101
Super Mario 3D World
Ninja Gaiden: Razors Edge
Game & Wario
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
New Super Luigi U
Sing Party
The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
Wii Party U
Wii Spots Club


These are the physical games Nintendo released in the first year for the WiiU.



KLXVER said:

New Super Mario Bros U
Nintendo Land
Lego City Undercover
Pikmin 3
The Wonderful 101
Super Mario 3D World
Ninja Gaiden: Razors Edge
Game & Wario
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
New Super Luigi U
Sing Party
The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
Wii Party U
Wii Spots Club


These are the physical games Nintendo released in the first year for the WiiU.

They really took advantage of that one year head-start, huh.