Nintendo's latest console is but a few months away from launching, with gamers eagerly anticipating its release.
Featuring a tablet controller, HD visuals and some great multimedia functionality, the Wii U certainly has the tools to gain popularity.
A console lives and dies by its games and the Wii U has plenty, ranging from Assassin's Creed 3 to FIFA 13. However, these are the titles that stand out the most.
Aliens: Colonial Marines
Gearbox Software's adaptation of the popular horror franchise has been a long time coming, set for launch on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC too.
However, it's the Wii U version that looks the most interesting, with the GamePad controller being used to mimic the iconic motion tracker.
Additionally, you can also reportedly play through the game on the GamePad alone, freeing up your TV for other uses.
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition
One of 2011's best titles makes its way to the Wii U, along with a few exclusive features in tow.
For one, you can control the Batarang using the GamePad's gyroscope. Another feature lets you use the second screen during detective mode, holding up the GamePad to look around.
There are more additions too, with players using the GamePad to activate B.A.T. mode, beefing Batman up for a limited time.
Arguably Nintendo's biggest coup was getting the exclusive rights to Bayonetta 2, the sequel to the Platinum Games classic.
Little is known about the sequel, aside from a brief trailer being shown off, but if it's as good as the first game, it's a must-buy.
Mass Effect 3: Special Edition
BioWare's fantastic science-fiction series has come a long way from being a Microsoft exclusive, appearing on the PS3 too.
Now, the third game in the series makes its way to the Wii U, along with requisite features. For instance, a persistent map is now on the GamePad and players can set hot keys too.
Yes, the next-generation equivalent of Wii Sports will be included when gamers purchase the Premium package, serving as a great tech demo.
Featuring 12 different mini-games based on popular Nintendo franchises, Nintendo Land will show off the all-important asynchronous gameplay feature, which sees the GamePad used along with Wii remotes to provide unique gameplay experiences.