It is because the Wii U finally has so many good games that it's possible to forget some of them! Today, we can praise the Wii U for its new start-up menu that lets us get to its games a bit faster.For example, someone might ask a Wii U owner which games are great on Wii U and they'll mention this one: Long ago in the year 2012, we knocked the Wii U for its sluggish operating system. Once, we knocked the Wii U for having a pitiful amount of internal storage, 32GB max, (well, really only 29GB). we still think that's too paltry but maybe you're cool with plugging in an externally-powered USB drive to give you extra storage? They're overwhelmed by what the Wii U does right.
The Wii U launched with a bunch of services, but what we weren't sure about at first was how well they'd run long-term.
The Wii U e Shop is easy to navigate, constantly filled with sales and regularly updated with new and old games alike.
The Virtual Console back-catalog could use some beefing up, but who are we to slight a console that now lets you download everything from ?
The system's social network, the Miiverse, is somewhat insane but it's also the warmest, friendliest community you can find on a console. It's great for playing console-quality games without a TV, be it in your bed or in public places (especially if you're really handsome)...
From the console, you can go into a message board for a game and find that people are drawing pictures celebrating it. The best thing about the Wii U is that you can play most of its best games without even turning on your TV. It's also great for playing Wii U games while someone else in the house is using the TV that the console is hooked into.
And sometimes those pictures make it back into the games. Call us crazy, but this has become the norm for many of us Wii U owners at who routinely trade stories about playing this or that Wii U game via the system's controller screen without turning on the TV. No, we do this because it turns out to be an awesome option.
We even have people on staff who play games on the Game Pad while they themselves are using the TV. We can't deny that there are drawbacks to owning a Wii U.
If it's your only console, you can kiss the chances of playing the next cutting-edge fan, you're not really going to find many big-company non-Nintendo games that you can only play on Wii U or play on Wii U at all.
Get another system if you want to enjoy blockbusters from Activision, EA, Ubisoft, Take Two and the like.