Nintendo has released a bunch of new Wii U game trailers today. We get some trailers for game we’ve seen before, and trailers of the just announced titles such as Bayonetta and Warrirors Orochi 3 Hyper (whatever that is…). We’ve gathered all the trailers below, so grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy!
New Super Mario Bros U
The latest trailer for the Wii U launch game shows just how it all begins this time. Yep, Mario has to rescue the princess once again.
The newest Wii U feature was announced earlier today, and you get a glimpse of how Nintendo TVii works in the trailer below. It’s great to see Nintendo embrace their home console as a media player as well.
Bayonetta 2 Wii U trailer
The newest Wii U exclusive, Bayonetta 2, of course has a trailer. It’s developed by Platinum games and will be released sometime in 2013.
ZombiU gameplay trailer
The latest ZombiU trailer shows more of its Wii U GamePad features, and some tense action gameplay.
Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013
Ubisoft’s fitness game is coming to the Wii U later this year. It includes a bunch of workout mini games covering a variety of exercises.
Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper
We’ve never heard of Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper for the Wii U, but it sure looks like an interesting action game. And it looks very Japanese as well, complete with fast paced rock music and giant swords…
Assassin’s Creed 3 Wii U trailer
Finally, we get an Assassin’s Creed 3 trailer with gameplay that was actually taken from the Wii U version of the game.
The newest Nintendo Land trailer walks us through the attractions this party game has to offer. Nintendo Land will be bundled with the $349 Deluxe edition of the Wii U. The trailer shows some of the new mini games, including Mario Chase and Pikmin Adventure.
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