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Wednesday, 06 June 2012 08:30

Launch titles for Wii U are a mix

Written by David Stellmack

No confirmation on how much they will cost

Nintendo has released the entire slate of games that are expected for the launch of the Wii U. While there are a few nice surprises, the bigger problem might be that not one single Activision title is on the list, and Electronic Arts only has one title for the unit to be released this holiday season.

2K Sports

NBA 2K13 - Holiday

D3Publisher

Ben 10: Omniverse - Holiday
Family Party: 30 Great Games (working title) -Holiday
Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game - Holiday

Electronic Arts

Mass Effect 3 - Holiday

Maximum Games

Jett Tailfin - Holiday

NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.

TANK! TANK! TANK! - Holiday
TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 (working title) - Holiday

Nintendo

LEGO City: Undercover - Holiday
New Super Mario Bros. U - Holiday
NINJA GAIDEN 3: Razor’s Edge - Holiday
Nintendo Land - Holiday
SiNG (working title) - Holiday
Wii U Panorama View (working title) - Holiday
Game & Wario (working title) - Launch Window
Pikmin 3 -Launch Window
Project P-100 (working title) - Launch Window
Wii Fit U - Launch Window

SEGA

Aliens: Colonial Marines - TBA
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed - Holiday

THQ

Darksiders II - Holiday

Ubisoft

Assassin’s Creed III - Holiday
Just Dance 4 - Holiday
Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth - Holiday
Rabbids Land - Holiday
Sports Connection - Holiday
Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013 - Holiday
ZombiU - Holiday
Rayman Legends - TBA

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Scribblenauts Unlimited - Holiday
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition - Holiday

When we asked developers why the pickings were a bit slim and featured mostly ports from other systems, we heard the same thing from most of them: they wanted to see how well the console performs before sinking lots of money into development of Wii U titles. Let’s face the fact that the majority of third party developers didn’t get rich from releasing Wii titles.

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