Did you know that there are currently over 50 games confirmed for Wii U? Considering most Wii U games currently cost £40 and upwards, it'll be hard to know what you should buy. That's why we're here! We're going to tell you which Wii U games you should be looking forward to and the titles you should avoid. This is the big Wii U games list!
Yet, it's not just a list of titles. We'll tell you about each game and our anticipation rating will tell you whether you should look forward to it or not. As more games are announced we'll add them to the list and as the games are reviewed, the anticipation ratings will magically turn into review scores. This will be your complete guide to every Wii U game that has been officially confirmed for release in the UK. We've also included some of the biggest Wii U eShop games.
Developer: Eurocom; Publisher: Activision; Release Date: TBC
Following the release of Skyfall, the popularity of James Bond has never been higher. Yet rather than release a game based on the latest Bond movie, develops Eurocom (GoldenEye Wii) have released a compilation of missions based on old Bond film. So you can expect to be gunning down bad guys in levels based on Goldfinger, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Moonraker, Licence to Kill, Die Another Day and Skyfall (which was released as free DLC on other formats). It's a strange mix of films and although they have been chosen to represent each era of Bond, you play as Daniel Craig. It's already out on other formats but reviews haven't been kind with CVG calling it a brainless and incompetent Call Of Duty clone on the way to giving it 4 out of 10.