5 Amazing Wii U Video Games That Kept The System Alive

Wii U was a mess. Nintendo tried to make something new and ended with something that was clunky, gimmicky and way behind of the competition. I also never liked the Wii as a console but the only thing that managed to keep the system running for me was the games. No Matter how bad the console was the game released for Wii U were outstanding. I freaking adore the Super Mario Sunshine but it was not my favorite and let me tell you that it was the best-reviewed game of the year. Now the Switch is running successfully I thought why not take a memory lane and list down my personal favorite Wii U games.



Effortlessly, it’s the best game that has been released on the Wii U, and, given the games to come, discounting Zelda as an NX launch title, it will be the best game that will ever be released on the Wii U. – Digitally Downloaded
Tokyo Mirage Sessions is not only the best JRPG to come out for the Wii U, it’s likely the best JRPG we have seen in this generation, period. Atlus is going to have their work cut out for them if they are going to one-up themselves with Persona 5. – GameCrate
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE takes a lot from the Shin Megami Tensei series and mixes in some Fire Emblem-flavored icing, and the results were fantastic. It’s a superb RPG with a lot to offer, and is a must-have game for Wii U owners. – Attack of the Fanboy


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Hyrule Warriors has little in common with a traditional Zelda game. You don’t solve any puzzles, you don’t explore any dungeons, and you certainly don’t break into anyone’s house and destroy all of their pottery. Still, it definitely works as a spin-off that focuses almost entirely on action. – GamesBeat
Hyrule Warriors provides plenty of entertainment value and enough familiarity for fans of The Legend of Zelda. Bland environments and a lack of depth in terms of gameplay keep it from rising to the level of quality that Zelda usually brings to the table. – Gamer.nl
Aside from introducing many Legend of Zelda fans to the Warriors franchise, Hyrule Warriors adds little innovation to Koei’s mega-series as a whole, but nevertheless brings an undeniable spark ignited by the crossover cast itself. – GameSpot



Everything in Tropical Freeze was made with extreme care and attention. From the landscapes and enemies to the music and level design. Each island has its own ecosystem so filled with details and different things to do that, as soon as one level is over, the question of what will Retro do next always looms around, and the developer always surprises. – Switch Brasil

Tropical Freeze is a marvel. Though it doesn’t deviate from expectations in the slightest, it’s an exceptional, and exceptionally tough platformer that just about every masochistic Wii U owner should play. – Critical Hit
Tropical Freeze is exactly what we expected from the sequel of one of the best platform games of the last generation. There might not be many surprises, but this is still an extremely polished (and great) game. – Eurogamer Spain


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Whether you’re a serious student of game design, looking to kill a few minutes with your friends’ creations, or an avid enthusiast of sadism through game design, you’ll find something to love in Super Mario Maker. – USgamer
Brimming with positivity and encouragement, Super Mario Maker’s brilliant toy box gives you everything you need to easily create and share some truly fantastic levels.– GamesRadar+
Mario Maker is a must play for Wii U owners, whether they just want to make or play Mario levels. The interface is inviting and straightforward, and the way the game introduces its possibilities is amazing. – XGN


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Mario Kart 8 is a beast: with great track design, plenty of characters, karts, bikes, and power-ups is the best Mario Kart of all time. Also, thanks to revamped online modes and some gorgeous graphics, is the single reason you need to own a Wii U. – IGN Italia
Mario Kart 8 is a return of one of Nintendo’s most beloved franchises and is just as chaotic as ever. – Impulsegamer
With some new great features added to the classic recipe, with beautiful graphics and spectacular races, Mario Kart 8 looks like the killer app the Wii U was waiting for. – Gameblog.fr
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#5 Amazing Wii U Video Games That Kept The System Alive For ME!