(untitled). I don't say the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One are bad, I just think that the Wii U is better.. THE Elim II IS THE BEST III’ THIS. close but the 3DS is clearly the best console of this generation
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User avatar #5 - logicstrike (04/27/2014) [+] (1 reply)
close but the 3DS is clearly the best console of this generation
#11 - bluemagebrilly ONLINE (04/28/2014) [-]
I like my Wii U and it's nice to just be able to reach over, grab the controller, and turn it on. My TV is in front of me, due to how my desk is set up, with my monitors blocking it, so I can't turn on my PS3/Xbox and play without having to move to another location.

That probably sounds pretty silly, but it's a pretty big annoyance when I'm playing with friends on my PS3/Xbox. Have to scoot waaaay over and look around my monitor to see the TV. On the Wii U, I don't have to do that, since most of my games come with the game on my little controller's screen.

The Wii U is also pretty responsive and the games are enjoyable... My only huge complaint so far about the Wii U is the way they handled the Gameboy Advance games they're putting on it. None of them are multiplayer, even Kirby's Amazing Mirror which was built for multiplayer. And you could say that was because of the lack of 4 screens, but they don't even make 2-player games like Advance Wars multiplayer.

But things like Super Mario World are. I don't think it'd be too hard for them to make a split screen on the TV for more than 2 players. Maybe they will eventually, but right now it's bothersome.
#10 - pokimone (04/28/2014) [-]
This alone makes it worthwhile. Monster Hunter all the way.
#9 - indecisivejew (04/28/2014) [-]
I have a PS4 and a WiiU, and I play my WiiU exponentially more, have more games for it, and enjoy the games for it more. I get that some people would prefer one of the other two consoles because they are entertainment machines, but if you're interested in just having a good time with games, then it is by far the best option.

Last year my two favorite games of the year were WiiU exclusives, and this year looks to be the same with Mario Kart, Smash Bros, Bayonetta, and Monolith's new game all coming out. I definitely recommend it to anyone who's on the fence, especially if you enjoyed the gamecube. I work at a GameStop and I've had a lot of customers who I convinced to get one come back to thank me for it. . Its a lot of fun.
#8 - micekill (04/28/2014) [-]
so far i am going to buy a wii u, my best friend constantly messes with me and tells me it sucks ass and to get a ps4 or xbone. 2 weeks ago he got his xbone and called me to go see it. i went and he had multiple errors, not only did it shut down by itself, he couldn't turn it on afterwards, and he couldn't find out if his game was downloading or not, we then realized that the game was on pause. he had already had the console for two days and it was already flipping **** , now he just disconnected it and continued to play on his old xbox 360, and i laugh internally at him
#7 - MrStalkerMan (04/28/2014) [-]
at the moment, yes, but you have to remember the WII U has a years worth of shelf time over both the Xbone and PS4.
It does have some fantastic games and I am looking forward to SSB but it's not realy fair to judge this whole generation when one console got a ridiculous headstart and the other two practicaly just came out.
User avatar #4 - kumimono (04/27/2014) [-]
Not too up to date, can't afford any of the new ones, but games make the system. Also, itunes and whatnot services these days. But I digress. Which system has the most games?
User avatar #3 - solidderking (04/27/2014) [-]
i agree, except for the games it has some good games, but not that many
User avatar #2 - listerthepessimist (04/27/2014) [-]
That's a fair statement
User avatar #1 - ihearcolors ONLINE (04/27/2014) [-]
Three words, Super Smash Bros
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