Well the Wii U is finally upon us, if you're reading this then you're probably at work and can't play your Wii U yet or you're not buying one. If I wasn't at work, I'd be playing mine that's for sure.
To help welcome the new system onto the market Nintendo, third parties and indies have gone all out to bring their wares to the new eShop.
It's actually kind of weird to be honest. Most of the retail games are priced well, the original download games are really cheap and on parity with US pricing (and in some cases cheaper) and there's even a demo available. I'm impressed!
Keep in mind I wrote this list last night and more things might have been added as something were still coming out on the '30th'.
Now we've just got to wonder why the hell 3DS games are still priced at $69.95 on the eShop and indeed at retail.
Wii U Disc Software
• FIFA13 – $89.99 • Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Wii U Edition $89.95 • Nintendo Land – $79.95 • New Super Mario Bros U – $79.95 • Warrior Orochi 3 Hyper – $79.95 • Darksiders II – $79.95 • Sonic Racing Transformed – $69.95 • Ben 10: Omniverse – $69.95 • Just Dance 4 – $59.95 • Family Party: 30 Great Games Obstacle Arcade – $54.95
Wii U eShop Download Software
• Chasing Aurora – $15.60 • Little Inferno – $14.99 • Nano Assault Neo – $13.00 • Puddles – $10.40 (632mb) Special Price.
Wii U Demos
• FIFA 13 – Free - Limited to 10 Plays (1.2GB)
Wii U Apps
• Ubisoft’s uPlay - Free (40mb)
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