Summary: I couldn't find the information anywhere, but this comes with one game (Nintendoland). It also comes with the main remote (no Wii controllers include) and the Wii system. Definitely worth it for Zelda games, Smash Bros, Mario Kart (and other Mario games) as well as Hyrule Warriors...
Summary: Everyone has meticulously detailed the contents, so my review will focus on my experience as a consumer and gamer with the Wii U. I've been playing video games for over 25 years now. I've owned just about every console that's ever been released, and have a broad experience to judge from an objective standpoint. With that said, I am really satisfied with the Wii U.
Summary: Overall it's an upgrade to the Wii, graphics are spectacular on Mario Kart. The Mario/Luigi game that comes with the system isn't much of an upgrade over the Wii version of the game... may be better to buy a combo pack with a different game. The main controller is ok, not spectacular, I tend to use my Wii controller/nunchuck more. System is a must have for Nintendo fans, I can't wait for the new Smash Bros to come out. Can't compete with my PS4, but still a fun system.
Summary: I've mainly been a PC gamer for the past 5-10 years, but this Wii U has brought me back to consoles. The system is great because of two things. The playing of games on the Wii Gamepad while something else is on TV, and because it is family friendly. I love the idea of my daughter growing up and playing Mario and Zelda like I did.
Summary: I researched and struggled with which next-gen console I would buy. I currently have an XBox 360 and a gaming PC. I've been leaning heavily toward getting an XBox One, but I have a 4 year old daughter and kept trying to justify why I would need another Xbox to play basically the exact same games I play on my PC. In the end I decided that the WiiU made the most sense for the types of games I wanted to play with my family.
My priorities were r to do things like learn a profession
John Wells, Amazon
26 August 2014
Summary: I was a Nintendo child when NES first came. Around Game Cube's time I stopped having time to play. My priorities turned to things like learn a profession, meet my future mate, figure out some of life's mysteries, and etc..... I re-entered the gaming world with an xbox 360. Now I liked every part of it. Good games, streaming video, HD.... The problem was that most of the games were above my ability to re-enter the gaming world. Nintendo fixed this with Wii U.