nintendo_eshop_wii_uBelow is a list of confirmed games that are heading to the Nintendo eShop on Wii U. Among the titles coming to the online marketplace are several platformers, including Super Ubi Land, 8-Bit Boy, Mutant Mudds Deluxe, Cloudberry Kingdom, Armillo and Another Castle. Bit.Trip Presents Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien, another platformer, was released earlier this week in the Nintendo eShop. The list of games coming to the Nintendo eShop for Wii U is bound to expand… Among the confirmed titles, which ones are you looking forward to most?

  • 8-Bit Boy
  • Aban Hawkins & the 1001 Spikes
  • Anima: Gate of Memories
  • Armillo
  • Biker Bash
  • Another Castle
  • Cloudberry Kingdom
  • Cosmic Highway
  • Cryamore
  • Days of Dawn
  • Demon Tribe
  • Dusty Raging Fist
  • Fade into Darkness
  • Mutant Mudds Deluxe
  • Noctemis
  • Oliver and Spike: Dimension Jumpers
  • Pier Solar and the Great Architects HD
  • Pokemon Scramble U
  • Project Y2K
  • Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails
  • Spin the Bottle
  • Star Beast: The Stellar War
  • Super Ubi Land
  • The Pinball Arcade
  • The 90’s Arcade Racer
  • Toki Tori 2
  • Two Brothers
  • Unepic
  • Zen Pinball 2

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  1. The Wii shop was a bit poo poo apart from a few gems , but the Wiiu eshop is shaping up to be modern and brilliant and I for one am excited about downloading many indie games off it in the future.

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    • comparing a console store that have 4 months in service, with a PC store… (ohh yeah btw steam have almost 10 years in service, did you know that son?) what you want to prove here?. ugh…, just another pointless comment. your argument= Invalid.

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  2. Wii gay! Wii gay! Wii gay!
    If you play da Wii, that means you’re gay!
    N-Dub Nation is fucking gay, he play dat shit e’ry day!

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    • Indeed. Cloudberry Kingdom and Mutant Mudds catch my eye. I haven’t even looked into the other games yet. I am sure there are others I would like to buy.

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    • It’s spelled Cryamore, just FYI.
      And, yeah, I’m looking forward to that game as well.
      I actually attended the celebratory online chat with the dev team on the day that the kick-starter finally closed its donation doors.
      It was a blast. The team drew more concept art and gave us a ton of info that hadn’t been mentioned before then.
      The composer of the team even played some pieces from the game for us, in addition to a few fan favorites from other series.[I requested Frog’s theme from Chrono Trigger and she played it for us. Manly tears were shed.]

      With a team that passionate, I can’t help but feel that this game is going to be an overwhelmingly crucial gem in the E-shops of all 3 of the systems that it is coming to.
      I eagerly await its release.^_^

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    • These are not AA or AAA tittles, they are indie games.

      I have to tell you… I’m from a generation that didn’t matter how many ”A”s the tittle was, or how big was the scale of the world, we just played. I’m having a blast with Bit Trip Runner 2 on my WiiU, I don’t care if it is an indie tittle, It’s fun and I play for HOURS. A lot of AAA games didn’t catch my interest like that, no matter how they looked pretty.

      I mean, If you are expecting AAA tittles to have fun, you have to rethink what are games, or why do you play it. because mainstream games only means people with bigger budgets, sometimes I prefere replaying sonic the hedgehog 2 than playing the new and ”everybody-is-playing” COD.

      just saying…

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  3. I have to look for videos of some games of these games, I wasn’t expecting so many tittles on the eshop so soon. The future of Eshop looks briliant! hope it gets as many indie tittles as Steam.

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  4. Many of these looks quite good. But TWO BROTHERS is the one I’m most looking forward too. (Even if I keep getting the title mixed up with the upcoming iOS game Other Brothers.)

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  5. It’s great to see this amount of support from Indie Developers even if all of these games won’t be good, maybe bigger 3rd Party Developers could take a note from this and start supporting the Wii U more like Ubisoft currently is with ZombiU, Assassin’s Creed, Rayman and Watch Dogs etc.

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