We have rounded up all the Wii U trailers that were showcased at E3 over the past few days, ranging from Nintendo’s first party titles, to third party games such as ZombiU and Scribblenauts Unlimited. In all, over two dozen Wii U games were announced and many of them were playable on the show floor at E3, including Pikmin 3 and other Nitnendo titles.
The Pikmin 3 trailer shows the level we saw Shigeru Miyamoto demonstrate during the E3 press conference. It showcases the familiar Pikmin gameplay, the art style, and the HD graphics of the Wii U. Be sure to check out the recent Pikmin 3 screenshots as well.
ZombiU was easily one of the most impressive Wii U games showcased at E3, with great visuals and innovative use of the Wii U GamePad controller. ZombiU is slated to be a Wii U launch title.
Scribblenauts Unlimited trailer
Scribblenauts Unlimited is a brand new version of Scribblenauts and is exclusive to the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS consoles. The trailer shows some of the new features and additions to the game.
Tank Tank Tank trailer
Tank Tank Tank from Namco Bandai is a colorful arcade-style third person shooter where players take control of tanks and try to defeat giant foes such as monsters etc. Tank Tank Tank is an exclusive Wii U game.
LEGO City Undercover trailer
LEGO City Undercover is an exclusive Wii U LEGO title developed by TT Fusion and published by Nintendo. The game takes place in a huge LEGO City, and the player assumes the role of an undercover cop trying to solve crimes in the city.
Project P-100 trailer
Project P-100 was probably the most interesting Wii U game showcased at E3, mainly because a lot of stuff seems to be going on – it’s a game you can’t easily classify into a particular genre. Project P-100, which is a working title, has been in development at Platinum Games exclusively for the Wii U.
Finally, the Miiverse trailer Nintendo showcased prior to E3, with everyone’s favorite hispter dude playing ZombiU.
Be sure to also check out our recent E3 Wii U video roundup for some gameplay footage of many of these titles.
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