Below is a list of games that are scheduled to arrive this year on the Wii U in Japan. Some of the games listed – like Rabbids Land and LEGO City Undercover – have been available for purchase in the West for a while, though the country will be receiving a number of Wii U titles before other regions. There will be more Wii U games announced during E3 week next month, including a new 3D Mario and Mario Kart, which are rumored to be launching this year.

June 6
Injustice: Gods Among Us
Rabbids Land

June 19
New Super Luigi U (DLC)

June 27
F1 Race Stars Powered Up Edition

July 13
New Super Luigi U (disc)
Pikmin 3

July 18
Sniper Elite V2

July 25
Lego City Undercover

August 8
Yakuza 1&2 HD for Wii U

August 24
The Wonderful 101

Wii Party (new title)
Wii Fit U

Sonic Lost World
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker



  1. I’m just gonna wait and buy my Wii U next fall since i want Wind Waker and Sonic, other than those and playing my 3DS Monster Hunter 3U file on an HD screen, i don’t have a reason to get a Wii U yet


    • This is just Japan only, remember that we are going to have more games from Ubisoft, Activision, Sega, Atlus, and much more 3rd party companies (like Capcom for example) in the future. Also, don’t forget that Nintendo is preparing their 1st party games for that console as well :)


    • Ignoring that Wii out did its rivals with even less third party support. Also ignoring that Rayman Legends, Watch Dogs, Resident Evil, Activision, Dice, Wonerbros will continue making Wii U games for the next several years.


    • Ignoring that Blockbuster has not announced anything. And if they did, then it has not been announced. Also ignoring their 3D Mario or SSB are not in there letting us know that all future Wii U titles such as Rayman Legends are TBA in Japan.


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