2014: A new beginning for the Wii U.
Nintendo has had it hard for some time with the word going around about why their new console won’t win the race this time especially because of delayed titles or lacking quality games or no title announces at all. But avast ye! The future is not so vexing and overcast as the internet might have led a lot o’ ye to believe. Don’t think of putting it out to pasture yet. This year might just be the one where such tattle might be thrown overboard. A lot would still be moping around over how few the count of games for the Wii U still stands but hey, it’s getting all the good stuff. 2014 is brimming with fuel pumping and mirth invoking action and antics for the console. Bananas, karts, hats, exploding barrels, good graphics and all that saccharine sweetness bundled up for the Wii U. Plenty to choose from! For now though, we’ll narrow down our focus and get on with the exclusives that have so far lined up for Nintendo’s new console.
Note: List is in random order. List contains timed exclusives as well as a few speculated ones.
Armillo seems to be an interesting title that will be making its way to the Nintendo eShop only. By interesting, we certainly do not mean that it’s un-exciting. It doesn’t get anywhere even close to that mark. Explaining the game in the most simplest of ways doesn’t cut it. The players control an armadillo in space, guiding it through numerous cosmic maps which are more like cosmic obstacle courses that you might use for recruiting people for the next Super Smash Bros. party at your place. These obstacles courses are in 2D and 3D. Sprightly and colourful environments, multiple parallel universes to explore, boss battles and in-game currency for upgrading your space armadillo. Enough to have us giddy and grit our teeth for its coming. Seasoned with more than the right amount of fun and insanity, Armillo is one heck of a title that we’re in for. Armillo will be a Wii U exclusive for a limited time though. It will be ported to other platforms at later dates but until then, it’s a hell of a Wii U exclusive to look forward to.