Former Wii U exclusive making the jump to other consoles.
One of the Wii U’s very first exclusives, and honestly, a pretty great and underappreciated one at that, was Traveler Tales’ Lego City Undercover, an excellent open world action adventure game that served as good satire of other open world games as well as of pop media.
Lego City Undercover did reasonably well between the Wii U game and the 3DS prequel that it received- but sadly, it never got exposed to the wide audience that it deserved to be, owing to the Wii U’s failure (and to the 3DS at the time getting swamped with games). That will change this Spring- Warner Bros. have announced that Lego City Undercover will be making the jump to Nintendo Switch in Spring 2017, alongside the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Now everyone can (and should) play this excellent game.
Lego City Undercover is one of the first games explicitly confirmed for Nintendo Switch- Nintendo’s NDAs are apparently keeping most games and features of the console hidden until their Switch event in January 12. Hopefully Lego City is available on the Switch some time within the launch window. It’d be a good game to pick up around then.