IGN: "It's been two weeks now since we were in LA for E3, watching Nintendo unveil its new Wii U. And it was easy enough to prepare my mind for most of what we were seeing – we knew a lot of the particulars ahead of time, so things like the screen in the controller didn't faze me much.
That third-party sizzle reel, though. That's the thing that got me.
But it's been two weeks now, and though I'm still adapting to this brave new world of software on the horizon for my favorite console-making company, I've also come to remember and realize that many of the titles announced aren't entirely foreign to Nintendo systems – they've just been absent for a while. And I've begun to look at the Wii U's upcoming hardcore library not as something out-of-place for Nintendo, but as a return to form. Through opening its arms wider and inviting these franchises back home, the Wii U is helping Nintendo reclaim a lost piece of itself."