Whether you are new to the Wii U platform or have been playing the system for years, you may have questions about some of the best Wii U games available. We’ve got answers for you here, so read through our list.
Metroid Prime Hunters
Initially released for the Nintendo DS in 2006, Metroid Prime Hunters is a side story to the Metroid Prime trilogy. Aside from its Metroids, the game does not feature Ridley, the Space Pirates, or any other Metroids.
Metroid Prime Hunters is a first-person shooter that features multiplayer action and several other aspectsiliar for fans of the series. Players will be challenged to fight against six other bounty hunters to claim the relics in the Alembic Cluster.
Metroid Prime Hunters were initially released on March 2006. It was later re-released for the Wii U Virtual Console service.
Sonic: Lost World
Sonic: Lost World is an action-adventure platform game developed by Sonic Team. It is the latest in the Sonic the Hedgehog series and features a colorful presentation.
It uses the Wii U’s GamePad to control Sonic’s movements and to perform parkour moves. The game also features a unique 3D-level design colorful scenery and enemies.
The game uses an integrated Miiverse for sharing leaderboards and item swapping. Again, this shows Sonic Team’s commitment to the gaming community. It also has an interesting new parkour system that lets Sonic vault over walls while he’s running.
Super Mario Bros U
Many claimed it was the best Mario game since Super Mario World during its release. It was also the first Mario game to be released in high definition.
But despite its impressive features, it was not a revolutionary game. It was similar to its predecessors, with most levels copied from previous Mario games. The game also reused the overworld theme and athletic theme of its predecessor. It also reused almost all the songs and sound effects.
The main game was about nine and a half hours long. However, it will take at least 24 and a half hours to complete if you want to see all the levels.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Whether you are looking for an action-adventure game to play on the go or want to save a bit of money, you should check out Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U and Switch. You can get both versions of the game for $60. It is a great game and one of the best-reviewed games ever. It was also awarded Game of the Year by several media outlets, making it one of the most anticipated games of the year.
For some people, the Switch version may be the better choice. It is designed to be played on the go and offers smoother performance. It also provides better graphics. It looks much better than the Wii U version. It also comes with higher-quality environmental sounds.
Wario Land: Shake It!
Developed by Good-Feel, Wario Land: Shake It! is a platform game with motion controls. The game uses the Wii Remote to control the main character.
In the game, Wario travels across five continents. Each has its own set of regular levels, boss battles, and two hidden levels.
As he travels, Wario can collect coins and shake objects to make them fall. Vibrating things can also cause enemies to drop items. Players can purchase new areas for the next level by using gold, which can be seen as points. In addition, gold can be used to buy additional hit points.
Star Fox Zero
Developed by Nintendo and PlatinumGames, Star Fox Zero is a 3D rail shooter game. It uses the Wii U GamePad’s second screen and motion controls to give players a more authentic space combat feel. It’s a decent game, but it has plenty of flaws and lacks replay value.
Star Fox Zero feels like a remake of Star Fox 64. It captures some of the best elements of the older games with a new level of polish. It’s also got several new mechanics that make it fun to play.
Xenoblade Chronicles X
Xenoblade Chronicles X is a huge action RPG game that will last over 40 hours of playtime. The game is a spiritual successor to Xenoblade Chronicles and features open-world environments. The game takes place on an alien planet called Mira. The game features giant robot sims and mechs called Skells. Skells can be used for combat but have limited fuel and are restored at a cost.
The game features a complex party system that requires players to learn new aspects of the game slowly. The game also features a real-time system that involves selecting Art as battle rages. The system also includes cooldown timers and auto-attacks.