VG Republic Writes: Should you have an opinion about the Wii U as many gamers and media outlets seem to, then you more than likely share the sentiment that the Wii U is, for lack of a better term, a piece of S&%$. Nintendo has been dogged for their next-generation console not only for minimal upgrades over what the current offerings for Sony and Microsoft can already do and have been doing for going on 7 years, and with what is presumably on the horizon from the other competition. It has been a troublesome time with more time being spent on a Public Relations team attempting to clean up the crap storm that has flowed their way since the Wii U announcement rather than on what the system can offer; one had to wonder if the console would be able to make it in the competitive market. Then Nintendo announced today that they were relieving the duties of all personal from the clean up attempts and calling in the plumber to unclog the nightmarish mess. Yup, that’s right a new 3D Mario is on its way to the home console that Nintendo decided to announce before next months E3.