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pokoko said:
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. 


More than the other two did in their first year...



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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.

I could do the same thing for Wii U games though. That number of exclusive titles goes from five to something like fifteen if I include titles in the 70's and low eighties.

As for your other reply, I'm pretty sure by this time in the Wii U's lifecycle it had: Super Mario 3D World, Donkey Kong Country: TF, Pikmin 3, New Super Mario Bros. U,  Lego City Undercover and  Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate as exclusives over 80. If we were to include fan-favorites like Wonderful 101, ZombiiU, and New Super Luigi U, we'd then have a total of something like nine decent exclusives by the end of March 2014. 



KLXVER said:
pokoko said:

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


More than the other two did in their first year...

I think the sales totals would disagree with you.  I see nothing on that Wii U list that would entice someone who wasn't going to buy the next Nintendo system regardless.  

Unless you're talking about personal taste, which is impossible to debate about one way or another.



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.

Killzone: SF
Knack
Yakuza: Ishin
Driveclub
Infamous: Second Son
Infamous: First Light (if you're counting luigi)
LBP3 (If you're counting Ninja Gaiden that came out on PS3/360 Aswell)
TLOU: R (If you're counting Wind Waker)
Guilty Gear Xrd
Destiny (Sony published it in Japan)
MLB14
Singstar

But as your restriction put on, lets not count the colossal amount of titles Sony published digitally because that would be unfair to Nintendo.




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pokoko said:
KLXVER said:


More than the other two did in their first year...

I think the sales totals would disagree with you.  I see nothing on that Wii U list that would entice someone who wasn't going to buy the next Nintendo system regardless.  

Unless you're talking about personal taste, which is impossible to debate about one way or another.

Isn't this a tired fallacy that sales => quality. There are so many other things involved in a purchase of a console, such as "perceived future value" (which future games can I play?) and marketing (oh wow PS4 will play games at 1080p!) 



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pokoko said:
KLXVER said:


More than the other two did in their first year...

I think the sales totals would disagree with you.  I see nothing on that Wii U list that would entice someone who wasn't going to buy the next Nintendo system regardless.  

Unless you're talking about personal taste, which is impossible to debate about one way or another.


Same with the PS4...



ArchangelMadzz said:
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.

Killzone: SF
Knack
Yakuza: Ishin
Driveclub
Infamous: Second Son
Infamous: First Light (if you're counting luigi)
LBP3 (If you're counting Ninja Gaiden that came out on PS3/360 Aswell)
TLOU: R (If you're counting Wind Waker)
Guilty Gear Xrd
Destiny (Sony published it in Japan)
MLB14
Singstar

But as your restriction put on, lets not count the colossal amount of titles Sony published digitally because that would be unfair to Nintendo.


Ok, so they are about the same then...



Having a competent PC, I see no reason to buy a PS4 yet, which I will eventually do, I know.
I am more compelled to get a WiiU at the moment, to be honest, basically because of it's exclusives, completely diferent from what is offer by the rest of the gaming market.



PS4=WiiU>X1 for me which is why I own the former 2



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Robert_Downey_Jr. said:
PS4=WiiU>X1 for me which is why I own the former 2


Me too. MS just put me off the XB1.