Most posters have missed the point of the thread. I'm not asking if it is a good purchase today, with the system already replaced by its successor. I'm asking, does the system have enough great content to justify having spent money on it, whenever it was that you purchased it. As I said in the OP, "But for the Wii U owners, those who have sat through droughts and some less than ideal game titles, does Breath of the Wild complete the system?" Do you feel satisfied? I compare it to N64, a system that lacked content compared to its rivals. But it did have several absolutely marvelous games that have stood the test of time, true classics. If you purchased it and got to enjoy OoT, MM, SM64, Goldeneye and MK64, you probably have few regrets. Is Wii U similarly satisfying today?