It’s no secret that third party support for the Wii U seems to be diminishing, while the Nintendo 3DS continues to chug along. Nintendo has done an admirable job changing its policies to be more open and friendly for indie developers, which has resulted in a surge or indie games available on both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS eShop. So many are now available that Nintendo has opened a brand new website dedicated to showcasing all the games you can play on your Wii U or Nintendo 3DS.
The site boasts over 1,000 indie games available on both systems and you can click the card for each indie game to be taken to Nintendo’s official page for that particular game. The only downside of this presentation is that the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games aren’t really divided up by category, so you can’t browse either by using this particular website. Still, this is a nice effort by Nintendo to showcase developer’s works and get the word out about great eShop games.
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