We might have to rethink our best Wii U games for 2013. When I started compiling the most exciting Wii U games of the next 12 months, I had no idea that we'd be playing a remake of The Legend Of Zelda Wind Waker on Wii U (my favourite Zelda game ever) by the autumn. Or that Resident Evil Revelations would be getting the HD treatment in May.
Have you ever known a January like it? We usually have to wait until E3 for big game announcements but this month alone we've had Pokemon X and Y, Disney Infinity, Resident Evil Revelations, plus all the goodies that Nintendo Direct brought us yesterday.
In fact, the amazing this about Nintendo Direct was that it was so packed, Resident Evil Revelations and Disney Infinity didn't even get a mention.
Hands up! When Nintendo announced a new Nintendo Direct on Tuesday, who thought the new games would be Resident Evil Revelations Wii U plus lots of unreleased games that we already knew about? I know I did.
In fact, I even shot down someone on Twitter who suggested that Nintendo could show off Monolith's new Wii U game during Nintendo Direct. Unlikely, I said. More fool me.
And, although that was exciting, Monolith's new game wasn't even the biggest announcement. As great as it looks, Mario Kart Wii U, Zelda Wind Waker Wii U and Yarn Yoshi are probably the biggest announcements. That's before you get onto the news that the next 3D Mario game and Smash Bros Wii U will be showcased at E3 2013.
There won't be any new consoles to announce but in terms of games, I'd be surprised if any company had a stronger line-up than Nintendo.
All that and I haven't even mentioned Rayman Legends, which was previously my most wanted Wii U game of 2013. Now I just can't decide what my most wanted Wii U game is. I suppose I'd have to go for the next 3D Mario game but we know so little about it.
So I'm going to put the question to you. What is your most wanted Wii U game? Vote in the poll below and don't forget to leave the reason for your choice in the comments as the best ones will be used in a special feature on ONM.