Noo, I haven't played one Pikmin game yet. And I have yet to see any videos of Wonderful 1. I hear they're great, but I think this list is good enough for now. I will watch a video of Wonderful 1 now though to see what all the talk is about.
When you get your WiiU, download the Wonderful 101 demo from the eShop. That should give you a better idea.
Religion is like spaghetti: either stiff and fragile, or wet and limp.
I like games too. I just want my Wii U to have a larger variety of them. Anyways, I'm off to play Sonic Lost World for the first time. I got it in the mail earlier today. I wasn't expecting shiny tinfoil cover art. Nice!
Surprisingly, there are more upcoming games for the Wii U that interest me than for the 3DS. My current Wii U library actually consists of just one game, New Super Mario Bros. U, though I will almost certainly get Rayman Legends at some point (I can't really afford it now and haven't finished Rayman Origins anyway). I downloaded the demo for The Wonderful 101, but I haven't had a good opportunity to try it yet. It looks like the kind of game that could be fun but could also be something I completely hate, so I'm hoping the demo will give me more of an idea what I'm in for. (Though it could still be misleading...I liked the demo of Fire Emblem: Awakening, and that turned out pretty badly.) I also have never played a Pikmin game, so I might get the first one on the GameCube eventually and see if I like that. It sounds like the kind of thing that I would find very difficult, though.
Now, Super Mario 3D World will be the first game that will really make me glad to have a Wii U, the second being Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. I'm hoping to get the former for Christmas (and have the money to buy it myself if I don't). Things will probably settle down a bit after that...Smash Bros. 4 and Mario Kart 8 would certainly be worth playing, though neither of them is a big priority for me. Yarn Yoshi could go either way; it might be good, but I'm not counting on it. Finally, though Soul Saga and Mighty No. 9 are cross-platform, I plan to get them both on the Wii U (in addition to the PC and, in the case of the latter, the 3DS). I certainly hope we hear some news about more games, though I'm not sure what else might be announced...Zelda, Kirby, Metroid, Paper Mario, or another 3D Mario game, perhaps? Some of those would interest me more than others, but who knows. It's anyone's guess what is in store for the Wii U in 2015 and beyond.