Will Wii U Have The Best Games?

#1CopulativePosted 2/24/2013 9:52:52 PM
I'm deciding whether to buy a high end gaming PC, PS4, or Wii U. Although there aren't many right now, I'm kinda thinking that Wii U will have the best games down the road. HD remakes of all those classic Nintendo titles, man oh man. And I don't really care about graphics, they're all HD and gameplay is much more important. So my question is -- which has/will have the best games: PS4, Wii U, or PC? Thanks
#2Kentaro21Posted 2/24/2013 9:58:35 PM
My friend, "best", like art, is suggestive. But I'm sure the Wii U has some great games out or upcoming that'll be worth your time.
#3Y34RX3R0Posted 2/24/2013 10:00:22 PM
Sorry my crystal ball is in the shop for repairs at the moment.
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#4wrightreyesrockPosted 2/24/2013 10:45:01 PM
It'll probably have the best exclusives. But who knows how many third party games itll get
#5Artillatron7Posted 2/24/2013 10:47:59 PM
How much do you like nintendo's first party games? If you like them a lot, then buy a Wii U. Sine that's the only system they'll be available for.
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#6Steven010702Posted 2/24/2013 10:50:21 PM
PC has steam which means you can get a lot of the multiplat games and cheap if you wait for their sales. Though, WiiU and PS4 will undoubtedly get several awesome games as well. Game taste is completely subjective so it's all up to you in the end.
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#7FF_FiendPosted 2/25/2013 8:31:01 AM
Yes, it will have the best games. Since it will have Zelda and Smash Bros.

I say that as a nostalgic Nintendo fanboy with no shame. But then, I bought my Nintendo console to play exclusives on, and not much else.

But the reality is...3rd parties will not support it to the extent that they will other next gen platforms, it will miss out on all but the most overhyped indie games, and the multiplat games that DO reach the Wii U will look better on other consoles and have less intuitive control schemes and bleh online communities.

I guess the last sentiment will all depend on what console your friends are playing on though.
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#8SinfullyvannilaPosted 2/25/2013 8:33:45 AM
Speaking as a PC gamer, just before a new console launch is not a good time to get a new rig.
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#9Virus66Posted 2/25/2013 8:41:15 AM
Like others said, it really depends on your taste of games. If you loved platformers, adventure games, kart racers and generally just "fun" games with splashes of color, then yes, the Wii U will likely have the best games for you. Not many games can stand toe-to-toe with Nintendo's IPs in their respective genres.

If you like shooters, strategy games, racing sim games and the like, then obviously you may want to look elsewhere.

There's a reason why so many people get both a Nintendo console, and a PC/PS/Xbox. Nintendo titles are just that good. You get the both of best worlds. Being a one console gamer these days just incredibly limits your gaming potential. I would strongly recommend getting 2 different machines.
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