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Things are Looking Up for the Wii U



Cordova, TN; December 9, in the year of our Lord 2013--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is noticing that things are looking up for the Wii U. Nintendo has been quietly correcting their mistakes and building a community on their Wii U. They are trying things they never tried before – like a free month of Wii Fit U. That way families can try the game before buying it. They have had a variety of sales on their software. They dropped the price of the Wii U hardware. They have reached out to independent developers and worked with them to bring those games to the masses. They have released exceptional games that families want to play. There are even more good games coming out early in 2014.

While I was waiting in various lines on Black Friday I saw the same thing happen over and over again. A mom or a dad was trying to buy a Playstation 4, or an Xbox One. Their goal was to buy it for their kids for Christmas. Stores did not have them in stock. The store associates suggested a Wii U instead. Guess what they paid for? A Wii U. Now I know Microsoft and Sony are doing all they can to meet the demand. But they are falling short. The end result is they are giving money to Nintendo. The Wii U is starting to gain some traction. Which should scare both Microsoft and Sony.

The general consensus within the video game industry is the Xbox One and the Playstation 4 will both catch the Wii U sometime in 2014. Looking at the starts of both machines, that seems plausible. Only so long as the Wii U does not catch fire. As more games come out for the Wii U, more gamers plop the money down to purchase it. The list of impressive games continues to build for the Wii U. Games like Chasing Aurora, Edge, ESPN Sports Connection, Funky Barn, Kung Fu Rabbit, Lego City Undercover, Pikmin 3, Scribblenauts Unmasked - A DC Comics Adventure, Sonic Lost World, Super Mario 3D World, Toki Tori 2, and Wii Party U. We know Super Smash Bros is coming soon on the Wii U. So all in all Nintendo is positioning themselves nicely.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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