Nintendo has revealed its first and third-party software line-up for Wii U in Japan. It includes known quantities such as Assassin’s Creed 3 and Mass Effect 3 and some previously unannounced titles in the form of Ninja Gaiden: Razor’s Edge and Bayonetta 2.
Wii U’s Nintendoland feature is getting a remake of Balloon Fight called Balloon Trip Breeze. We reported on its existence this morning, but now you can see the game in action for yourself in an official gameplay trailer.
A couple of interesting new factoids came out of Nintendo’s Wii U hardware round-table today, not the least of which is an idea of how Nintendo plans to keep inappropriate content and spoilers out of MiiVerse.