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Nintendo Wii U Video Games

Nintendo Wii U Video Games

Wii U is a home videogame console from Nintendo, the leading producer of game consoles and games. The range of Nintendo Wii U video games covers a wide array of genres and there are hundreds of titles available for all age groups and abilities.

Nintendo Wii U sports games

Nintendo likes to produce multiplayer games that are fun for all the family to become actively involved in. It is why many Wii U games are designed to be played in an active way. For example, to play Nintendo Wii U sports games you have to move the motion controller around as if you are holding a real racket, bat or steering wheel.

Nintendo Wii U GamePad games

Nintendo Wii U games such as the Wii party U are designed to bring the essence of playing board games to the video screen and develop on the game play possibilities. They use the unique Wii U gamepad, which has a touchscreen feature and a screen protector as well. Game play on the touchscreen controller is integrated with the action on the main TV screen.

Nintendo Wii U Mario games

As a leading producer, Nintendo has developed many exclusive video game series and characters, such as Mario, Zelda and Donkey Kong. All these fan favourites have Nintendo Wii U editions and the titles include Mario Strikers Charged, Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Wii U New Super Mario Bros and Donkey Kong Country Returns.

Nintendo Wii U Star Wars games

Third party video game makers have produced many popular Wii U video games. Third party Nintendo Wii U game titles include games that bring the action from blockbuster film series, such as Harry Potter, Star Wars and Transformers to the game player.

Nintendo Wii U Lego games

Leading toy brands also have Nintendo Wii U games available. Lego has released Nintendo Wii U video games based on famous films and superhero characters, which are popular with young children and the Bratz dolls Wii U video game, Bratz Kidz Party, is specifically targeted at girls.

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