Nintendo games consoles have always tried to offer better gaming experience with every new model. With the Nintendo Wii U, the company has certainly managed to up their game several notches but as the recent history would tell us, the company has not done phenomenally well over the last ten months, at least not as well as they would have wanted. Nintendo Wii U had some struggling days after its launch but those days are gone. With a slew of games and several promises poised to be delivered upon this holiday season, Nintendo games consoles are back in the limelight.
There is little to argue about how Nintendo games consoles are an ideal gift on Christmas. Kids love it, the games and the consoles are family-friendly and the gifts don’t cause a dent in the wallet. By many accounts of several experts, Nintendo games consoles are still the very best gaming system for families. Nintendo packs in more games for younger kids than any other company in the world. With most gaming consoles, including the more expensive ones, little kids seldom get enough games to keep them enticed. The unique offering from Nintendo games consoles that make games for younger kids without making them a cakewalk has been retained in the Wii U and that certainly makes it a more eligible purchase this holiday season.
What makes the Wii U an ideal gift this Christmas is also its promises pertaining to new games. Nintendo Wii U is going to launch the Super Mario 3D World, Wii Fit U and Wii Party U. Sonic Lost World is also poised for release. All these games are poised to be released in the next few weeks. At the turn of the year, there are even more surprises in store. Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, Mario Kart 8, Bayonetta 2 and Super Smash Bros. are up for release. There is some good news on the front of third party games as well. One would have noticed how some third party games have made headway into the latest Nintendo games consoles. At the turn of the year or possibly sooner, Ubisoft, Activision and Warner Bros. are all coming up with some amazing games for the Wii U; the likes of Lego, Skylanders and Batman: Arkham Origins.
When you combine the Nintendo Wii U experience, that of the gamepad, its price and then add them onto the platter with the new games; the ride is going to be fascinating.