A handful of new Wii U games join the Nintendo Selects range this week, prompting Nintendo to permanently drop the prices of Captain Toad, Mario Party 10, Pikmin 3 and Super Mario 3D World on the eShop to a rather handsome £19.99 each.
So it seems clear Nintendo is looking to replace the flagging Wii U—and soon. The reason Nintendo didn’t announce many new Wii U games at E3 may simply be because there aren’t many—if any—new Wii U games to announce. We might be looking at the end of the Wii U lineup.
If you've been wondering what all the fuss is with the new Wii games, you're not alone. Wii Fit, the new component to the Wii gaming console, launched May 19 and has been getting lots of buzz. In fact, if sales in this country match those from abroad, you may have trouble finding one.