The Wii U launch line-up (which has been confirmed to span up to four months), to be frank, isn't looking too great. First, the games that should be pretty good. Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto are working on Pikmin 3, which will be great for Pikmin fans who have been patiently waiting for the third game in the series. We've also got P-100 from Platinum Games (a neat looking group-based brawler), and New Super Mario Bros. U (a multiplayer 2D platformer that is bound to be great).
From third party publishers the Wii U will see the likes of Assassin's Creed 3 and Batman Arkham City, the latter coming complete with numerous gameplay additions thanks to the Wii U GamePad.
The less good news is that this is the cream of the announced crop. There aren't any graphically intense titles from Nintendo, so the dream of seeing what Mario, Zelda or Metroid look like with shiny visuals will have to wait. There's also no game in the line-up that appears to have the instant appeal of Wii Sports. Nintendo's NintendoLand is a collection of mini-games, but it's not the kind of experience that will make you want to buy a Wii U.
We've also only seem limited support from the likes of EA and Activision thus far. There's no news on Battlefield, Need for Speed, FIFA, or Call of Duty, and exclusive titles for the platform from Ubisoft are very mixed, with ZombiU the best on offer.
Head to page 4 for the info we don't know about yet. How much will the Wii U cost and when will it be released?