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Wii U Exclusives Release Date Calendar, What to Expect During 2014-2015
Exclusives are system-sellers and one of the chief reasons why fans buy a console. Both Xbox One and PS4 have a great line-up of exclusive titles for 2014-2015, but what about people who bought a Wii U?
Thus far, somewhat meek line-up of exclusives and lack of third-party developers’ support have cost the handheld quite a lot, but things seem to be different now. At least, Nintendo is trying to turn the tables with some of the most amazing titles announced for 2014-2015.
This post is solely dedicated to what you can expect in two years to come, especially if you’re planning to buy the console.
2014 Spring Season Releases
We’re already half way through the 2014 and Wii U has seen some brilliant titles during the spring season. To name a few, Donkey King Country: Tropical Freeze and Mario Kart 8 have seen both positive reception and decent sales.
However, it’s the fall season and 2015 that is sure to bring the finest games, Wii U has ever seen. Here’s a complete rundown of what to expect from the console until 2015:
2014 Fall Season Releases
Release Date: Sept. 26 in North America and Sept. 19 in Europe
Developed by Omega Force, Team Ninja, and Nintendo, Hyrule Warriors promises to bring a blend of The Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors. This hack and slash title will bring forward characters from both universes into a single game.
Skylanders: Trap Team
Release Date: Oct. 5 in North America and Oct. 10 in Europe
Although it is a multiplatform title, it shows that not every third-party studio has abandoned Wii U. This action-adventure title is developed by Beenox and acts like a direct sequel to Skylander: Swap Force. With many gameplay improvements and new features, this surely is a title to look forward to.
Release Date: Oct. in North America and Europe
Developed by Platinum Games and Nintendo, Bayonetta 2 is a hack and slash title, exclusive to Wii U. The game will feature both single-player and multi-player modes, and takes place after the events of the original title which will be included as a free download with the game.
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
Release Date: Nov.18 in North America and Europe
Developed by Big Red Button Entertainment, Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric is an action-adventure title developed for both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The game puts huge emphasis on exploration and combat that offers a number of characters to choose from, each having its own unique set of abilities. It’s a title definitely worth picking up by every Wii U owner and Sonic Hedgehog fan.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
Release Date: Q4 2014 in North America and 2015 in Europe
Developed and published by Nintendo, this puzzle-platformer puts players in the shoes of Captain Toad and go through different obstacles in order to reach his goal in each level. Players will also find aid in the form of health pickups, boosts, and weapons to take out the enemies in Toad’s path.
Super Smash Bros.
Release Date: Q4 2014
Super Smash Bros. is one of the biggest titles to come to Wii U, this year. This fighting game comes packed with a ton of characters from the Nintendo universe and will have support for Nintendo’s Toy Project. Being a fighting games fanatic, I’m definitely looking forward to this title.
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2
Release Date: Oct. 14
Once again, this title is coming to other platforms as well and follows the same mechanics as its previous instalments. Fans are sure to look forward to the new worlds, puzzles, characters, and an intriguing storyline. Furthermore, the game will have a dedicated multi-player mode.
Just Dance for Wii U
Release Date: Oct. 23 in Europe and Oct. 21 in North America
Developed and published by Ubisoft, the game follows the same mechanics as its predecessor and features new worlds and a ton of stars from music industry.
- Citizens of Earth
- Devil’s Third
- Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
- Mario Maker
- Mario Party 10
- The Legend of Zelda
- Xenoblade Chronicles X
So are you planning to get the console? Let us know in the comments below!