So far 13 games have been confirmed for release when Nintendo's new console is released on 30 November but which game will you be slotting into your Wii U drive first?
It's a question I posed a few weeks ago in my blog in which I revealed my three most wanted Wii U launch games. With the Wii, it was pretty obvious which game everyone wanted at launch. The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess was the game on everyone's lips on launch night in 2006, although many confessed that they were looking forward to downloading Super Mario 64 from the Virtual Console, a concept that was all-new six years ago.
Sure, when they got home, they also had a game of Wii Sports with the family and Wii Play was a popular launch game as it came with a free Wii Remote, but most Nintendo fans wanted to explore Hyrule in what many viewed to be the true successor to Ocarina Of Time.
This time things are different as, thanks to the power of Wii U, there are some big third-party games coming out on launch day, meaning that Nintendo's own offerings - Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros U - may not be the best games available on day one.
So let's see what your most wanted Wii U game is. Hint. It's not Family Party: 30 Great Games.
10. Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed
Sonic isn't one of the best Wii U games we've played so far, mainly thanks to framerate issues. However, if these are sorted out before launch day and Sega can provide us with a smooth racer, you will have a good racer to keep you going until Nintendo release a Mario Kart game on the console.
It is a great move for Sega to release a Sonic racing game so early in the console's life. For as good as Sonic And All Stars Racing was there was no way it could compete with the might of Mario Kart. Now, without the mushroom kingdom all-stars, in their way, this is a massive opportunity for Sega as not only is it the only kart racing game on Wii U, it is the only racing game! Unless you count Captain Falcon's Twister Race from Nintendo Land.
It has got some good racing credentials, too as it's from the same guy who made the Project Gotham Racing games for Xbox. And although it may look like they have pinched some of Mario Kart 7's racing techniques, it is actually very different as when your car turns into a boat, it doesn't bobble around underwater but speed over the surface while the flying sections aren't like the gliding in Mario's 3DS racer.
Throw in some nice little GamePad tricks (you can see your power-ups strike their target on the screen) and some mini-games featuring All-Stars such as the Monkey Ball and Shinobi characters and you've got a racer with a lot of potential.