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Massive Nintendo third-party release list is massive

Tuesday, 10th June 2014 20:01 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Nintendo has promised time and time again in the past to support third-party efforts on its Wii U console, and while many publishers seem to be holding off on releases until there’s a boon in system sales, quite a few third-party games are on the way.

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Below you will find a rather large list of commercial Wii U and 3DS titles as well as digital-only content from indies coming to the Nintendo eShop. Four previously announced titles Affordable Space Adventures from KnapNok Games, Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition from DrinkBox Studios, Yacht Clubs’s Shovel Knight and Swords & Soldiers 2 from Ronimo were highlighted.

Here’s a selection of third-parties coming in 2014. Please read it. We developed carpal tunnel adding all the dashes:

Wii U

  • Activision  - Skylanders Trap Team  - Oct. 5
  • Activision – Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark – June 24
  • BANDAI NAMCO – PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures 2 – October
  • Disney – Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) – Fall
  • Little Orbit – Falling Skies: The Game – Sept. 23
  • Little Orbit – How to Train Your Dragon 2 – June 10
  • Midnight City – Costume Quest 2 – October
  • SEGA – Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric – November
  • Ubisoft – Just Dance 2015 – October
  • Ubisoft – Watch Dogs – 2014
  • Warner Bros. -LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - Fall

Nintendo eShop on Wii U

  • Ackk Studios – Chromophore: The Two Brothers Director’s Cut – Q4
  • Arachnid Games – Ballpoint Universe: Infinite – Summer
  • ATLUS – Citizens of Earth – Fall
  • BANDAI NAMCO – ONE PIECE Unlimited World Red – July 8
  • BeautiFun Games – Nihilumbra -Summer
  • Breakfall – STARWHAL: Just the Tip – Q3
  • Curve Digital – Lone Survivor – Q4
  • Curve Digital – Stealth Inc. 2 – Q3
  • Digital Lounge – Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition – Summer
  • DrinkBox Studios – Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition – Summer
  • Frima Studio Inc. – Chariot – Fall
  • Fuzzy Wuzzy Games Inc. – Armillo – Summer
  • Gamesbymo – A.N.N.E – 2014
  • Image & Form – SteamWorld Dig – Fall
  • KnapNok Games – Affordable Space Adventures – Fall
  • Natsume Inc. – Alphadia Genesis – Winter
  • Neko Entertainment – Wooden Sen’SeY – Summer
  • Nicalis – 90s Arcade Racer – Summer
  • Nnooo – Cubemen 2 – Q3
  • Nyamyam Ltd. – Tengami – Summer
  • Rain Games – Teslagrad – 2014
  • Ronimo Games BV – Swords & Soldiers II – Q4
  • Slightly Mad – Project CARS – Q4
  • Turtle Cream – 6180 the moon – Q3
  • WaterMelon – Pier Solar and the Great Architects – Q3
  • Yacht Club Games – Shovel Knight – June 26

Nintendo 3DS

  • Activision - Skylanders Trap Team - Oct. 5
  • Activision – Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark – June 24
  • ATLUS – Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth – Fall
  • BANDAI NAMCO – ONE PIECE Unlimited World Red – July 8
  • BANDAI NAMCO – PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures 2 – October
  • BANDAI NAMCO – Saban’s Power Rangers Super Megaforce – Fall
  • BANDAI NAMCO – Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle – October
  • Capcom – MONSTER HUNTER 4 ULTIMATE – 2015
  • EA EA SPORTS – FIFA 15 – September
  • Focus Home Interactive – Farming Simulator 2014 – June 24
  • Gamemill – Big Hero 6 – Oct. 28
  • Little Orbit – Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom – Nov. 18
  • Little Orbit – Cartoon Network: Backlot Party – Oct. 28
  • Little Orbit – How to Train Your Dragon 2 – June 10
  • Little Orbit – Disney Planes: Fire & Rescue – Nov. 4
  • Little Orbit – Disney Violetta: Rhythm & Music – Sept. 19
  • Little Orbit – Winx Club: Saving Alfea – Sept. 23
  • Majesco – Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appetit – October
  • Marvelous USA – (XSEED Games) Story of Seasons – Winter
  • Natsume – Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley – Fall
  • SEGA – Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal – November
  • Square Enix – THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL – Sept. 16
  • Warner Bros. -Scooby Doo! & Looney Tunes Cartoon Universe: Adventure – August
  • Warner Bros. – LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids – Summer
  • Warner Bros. – LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham -Fall

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS

  • ATLUS – Citizens of Earth – Fall
  • Big John Games – Thorium Wars: Attack of the Skyfighter – August
  • Capcom – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy – Winter
  • Gaijin Games – Woah Dave! – Summer
  • Goodbye Galaxy Games – Tappingo 2 – Summer
  • Hörberg Productions – Gunman Clive 2 – Fall
  • Konami Digital Entertainment – Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival – September
  • Mojo Bones Ltd. – Siesta Fiesta – Summer
  • Nnooo – Blast ’Em Bunnies – Q4
  • Renegade Kid -reasurenauts – Q4
  • Renegade Kid – Moon Chronicles (ep. 2) – Q3
  • WayForward – Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse - Summer
  • Yacht Club Games Shovel Knight – June 26

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10 Comments

  1. Clupula

    HOLY SHIT!!! ELEVEN WHOLE WII U THIRD PARTY TITLES!!!

    Sony, Microsoft…you guys should just give it up now…

    #1 7 months ago
  2. silverstorm

    How is that massive?

    #2 7 months ago
  3. Stephany Nunneley

    @silverstorm Clupula Consider the source oh cranky pants wearers! :p That is a decent list of content if you ask me considering a few publishers have been knocking the Wii U for a while now.

    #3 7 months ago
  4. Legendaryboss

    Cut It down to the main publishers and that list just pass off a bearable, missing lot killer games such as MGS5. Lol massive, In that context sure.

    #4 7 months ago
  5. westman98

    The Wii U third party list is not ‘massive.” Not even close.

    The 3DS third party list is surprisingly larger than I thought. The 3DS looks it it will enjoy a “harvest” year in terms of software sales.

    #5 7 months ago
  6. Joe Musashi

    Implying this is ‘no gaemz’ is like implying other machines have ‘no gaemz’.

    If a game exists on another platform, that doesn’t nullify its existence
    If a game doesn’t interest you, that doesn’t nullify its existence.

    The list is objective, it’s value to you is subjective.

    There’s a bunch of digital stuff there that piques my interest, but I’m loathe to buy digital content due to the way Nintendo handles its approach to consumers in this field (the game is sold to the box, not the person).

    JM

    #6 7 months ago
  7. ManuOtaku

    @Joe Musashi + 1, agree, in idea but especially in tone.

    #7 7 months ago
  8. Clupula

    @Stephany Nunneley Wait. You weren’t being sarcastic?!?

    Sorry. It is the language of my people and so I often think others speak in it as well.

    #8 7 months ago
  9. Stephany Nunneley

    @Clupula I am super fluent in it! So much so I get *a talking to* at home over it on a weekly basis. No sarcasm there. It’s a true story. :)

    #9 7 months ago
  10. aseddon130

    Massive?? Are you missed the remaining 3/4?

    #10 7 months ago

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