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The Best Nintendo Exclusives This Year (So Far)

"2015 is halfway over, and there have been plenty of wonderful new video game titles released. Some of these games have shined brighter than the rest, and each of the major video game companies have had their own exclusive titles to bring fans of their systems. Nintendo has released some exclusive titles so far, but Nintendo exclusives have not been quite as major as the others. However, that doesn’t mean that there are no Nintendo exclusives that have made a big splash! We are here to show you some of the best Nintendo exclusives that have come out this year so far." [email protected]

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jmc8888903d ago

I'm more concerned with Zelda's 2016 date removed and in it's place a 'TBA'.

As for this year...
Xenoblade

Possibly Star Fox if they can pull it all together... not to optimistic right now.

Possibly Mario Maker...simple but intriguing.

Splatoon, if it's on sale during xmas.

Captain Toad? Eh, probably bargain bin late 2016.

Maybay902d ago

Nintendo's contemplating if Zelda Wii U makes business sense, because it's a very ambitious title, and there's only 10 million Wii U owners which may limit its sales. Though when looking at Smash Bros., Wind Waker HD, Mario Kart 8, New Super Mario Bros. (also the Luigi edition), Nintendo Land, Splatoon and Wii Party U - they realize that their small consumer base actually supports certain Nintendo develop titles.

While the 3DS has been a behemoth when you factor in its support.

This holiday will determine how Nintendo proceeds with the Wii U. They're ending the Wii TV program in North America this august, so that'll cut expenditures, making Nintendo able to price cut the Wii U by the holidays? Not sure if they'll actually do that, though it's pretty evident that Nintendo's riding a lot on this holiday on the Wii U, and all the support it's getting.

Devil's Third, Fatal Frame 5, Xenoblade X, Star Fox Zero, Mario Tennis, Rodea: Sky Solider, the collaboration with Disney (which include Bowser and Donkey Kong) and the big one - Super Mario Maker.

That's not the full list of software titles, though Nintendo's definitely going ''all in,'' hoping the holidays may prove fruitful for its Wii U side business.

Redinfamy902d ago

I hope Star Fox Zero will be epic.