One aspect that many fans have always been critical about when it comes to Nintendo is their lack of marketing for games. Nintendo has certainly stepped up the game on making sure the general public knows about their games, especially with high profile releases like Mario Kart 8. Nintendo UK uploaded this brand new trailer that showcases upcoming games for the Wii U.
The trailer begins with Hyrule Warriors of course, but then showcases several other titles, including Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Mario Maker, and Xenoblade Chronicles X. Of course, trailers like this are meant to silence the notion that the Wii U “has no games,” which is something that has plagued the console since its life began in 2012. The next time you hear someone utter that phrase, you’ve got a trailer to show them.
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