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Wii U Launch Titles Announced

Posted September 13, 2012 by Leeroy Jenkins in News
Wii U pic

Wii U is going to be launched in just over two months and it is going to be an even bigger launch than the PlayStation Vita or any handheld gaming device ever made. Nintendo has made the right move making this system as far as convenience and great ideas go. Most gamers have been waiting patiently to hear what will be coming this little handheld masterpiece and now they have a list of announced titles for the Wii U. Some of the titles range from mainstream names like Assassin’s Creed 3 and Darksiders 2, but the craziest part is how many titles the Wii U is already supporting.

Wii U is going to include a gamepad and a second screen that is going to change the way that people play not just handheld devices, but video games as a whole. The original Wii was extremely innovative as it is but to be able to even put that technology in the form of a handheld gaming device is impressive to say the least. Most probably are not going to pick up the Wii U because they either did not like the Wii or because they automatically give up on handheld devices because it’s the same as a Gameboy and it is not going to be worth it. Well with the titles and graphics coming out in something you can hold in the palm of your hand, heads are being turned for sure.

The all new system is not only going to change the way gamers do thing, but developers are going to be going crazy with their creativity, They can integrate play styles and new ideas for existing games using the tools of the Wii U but not much should be given away just yet for this device. Big named developers are sticking to their big named titles and more are to be announced soon.

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