Mario Kart 8 for Wii U now available!
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    More adult themed games please

    ZombiU, Aassassins Creed 3, Batman Armored edition and Alien Colonial Marines is a step in the right direction. I think they just need great multiplayer rpgs for the Wii U. Thats is something that the 360 and PS3 lacks. It seems they concentrate more on single player experiences than having people play together. Just my 2 cents!



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    Hmm more adult themed games yay thats it my lil sis cant play thoughs my mum wont let her (evily laughs) She is aloud to onley play mario but thats epic jk I already have amillion games try kindom harts.
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    Nintendo focuses a lot on the social aspect of gaming... That is why the Wii U got popular, families and kids love it. But hard-core gamers simply go to other platforms for their drug. I have the feeling Nintendo will be improving this situation with the Wii U. I really hope it doesn't start slowing down after these games come out, though. Some hard-core exclusives would also help.

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    There's already some movements going on to bring games to the Wii U, I support this one and ask you guys to help out to because like, who doesn't want GTA V on Wii Uhttp://www.change.org/petitions/grand-theft-auto-v-for-wii-u#Btw im new, Hi everyone, don't get on my bad side :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Nintendo focuses a lot on the social aspect of gaming... That is why the Wii U got popular, families and kids love it. But hard-core gamers simply go to other platforms for their drug. I have the feeling Nintendo will be improving this situation with the Wii U. I really hope it doesn't start slowing down after these games come out, though. Some hard-core exclusives would also help.
    On the first line, did you mean "Wii"?

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    I'm TOTALLY with you on this. ZombiU looks amazing. Nintendo has typically stuck to these family friendly games but if they can continue to put out original and more adult content they're going to definitely attract a new breed of gamer. Really liking the direction they've taken on some of these new titles.

    Keep it coming!

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    The launch window for the WiiU has 50 games launching before March 2013, which most of them are mature games. I think Nintendo finally got the hint.

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    nintendo doesnt know how to make mature games it's all mario and luigi and party games...

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    The thing with the Wii U is that Nintendo doesn't have to make mature games. They just have to make the system accessible so that other developers will want to develop for it. No one wanted to play mature games on the Wii because of the awkward control scheme.

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    Not that they are in HD more 'M' games would be nice.

    Nintendo will do it right I think. ZombieU just to name one. Plus Mass Effect I hear is coming to Wii U, that is definitely fits my definition of 'adult'

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