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This is a list of video games for the Wii Uvideo game console that have sold or shipped at least one million copies. The best-selling game on the Wii U is Mario Kart 8. First released in Japan on May 29, 2014, it went on to sell over 8.4 million units worldwide.

There are a total of 21 Wii U games on this list which are confirmed to have sold or shipped at least one million units. Of these, eleven were developed by internal Nintendo development divisions. Of the 21 games on this list, 20 were published in one or more regions by Nintendo.

By March 31, 2021, over 103.35 million total copies of games had been sold for the Wii U.[1]

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  1. ^Only the initial release date on this platform is listed.
  2. ^Initial release was as downloadable content for New Super Mario Bros. U; a stand-alone retail version was released in the following months.

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Ranking Every Wii U Game Published By Nintendo From Worst To Best

Even though the Wii U hosts some of Nintendo’s greatest games, the console sold poorly. This partially had to do with Nintendo’s lineup; after all, the best games released long after the Wii U’s launch. Nintendo relied heavily on sequels and remakes, but many of those games weren’t different or innovative enough to attract players—including Nintendo fans.

The Wii U also suffered from poor, unclear advertising. Using “Wii” in its name and Wii Remotes for gameplay, the Wii U strangely functions more like an enhanced Wii than an independent console. Several games rely more on the GamePad than Wii Remotes, but the GamePad isn’t a very good controller. The touchscreen works well, but the other controls feel awkward beneath your fingers.

Nintendo included more DLC starting with the Wii U, particularly with amiibo. These figurines have mixed reception; in my opinion, their price doesn’t match their usefulness. Some Wii U games require amiibo, though, so you may find certain amiibo figurines worthwhile.

Despite its flaws, the Wii U offers a lot of great titles. Fortunately, Nintendo is developing some of these games for their most recent console, the Switch. Other games are currently exclusive to the Wii U. If you own the console, you absolutely need to play these games. Here are the 50 Wii U games published by Nintendo, ranked from worst to best so you know which to buy and which you should avoid at all costs.

50 Star Fox Zero

Thanks to Star Fox’s core shooting mechanics, fans expected the franchise to dominate the Wii—yet Star Fox never appeared on the Wii. Because of that (as well as the 10-year gap between Command and Zero), Star Fox Zero built an incredible amount of hype.

Sadly, that hype was misplaced. Apart from its beautiful graphics, Star Fox Zero disappoints players in every way. The GamePad’s gyroscopic motion controls are clunky. Zero introduces poor mechanics like the Walker, weird camera angles, and unnecessary aiming on the GamePad’s screen.

Nintendo delayed Star Fox Zero in response to negative feedback, yet they failed to improve the gameplay. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Nintendo mistakenly threw out the characters and storylines from previous Star Fox games, making Zero an awful reboot that ruins the franchise.

49 Mario Party 10

Nobody asked for a new Mario Party game, yet Nintendo nonetheless created Mario Party 10 and ruined everything we love about the series. The previous titles perfectly combined board game elements with mini-games. Mario Party 10, on the other hand, focuses solely on the mini-games. Every player moves together in a single cart, thus turning boards into linear tracks. Instead of strategically racing ahead of players, crushing them, or pursuing secret routes, you must follow whatever path other characters choose—and you can’t interact with those characters.

In addition to ruining the board games, Mario Party 10 includes terrible mini-games. Nintendo designs misbalanced mini-games where some players get an unfair advantage. Even the fair competitions are usually chaotic. Apart from the occasional well-designed mini-game, nothing in Mario Party 10 is fun to play.

48 Pokkén Tournament

A real-time version of Pokémon Stadium may sound amazing, but Pokkén Tournament skewers the fighting game genre. Most fighting games wisely stick to a 2D perspective, but Pokkén Tournament awkwardly switches between Duel Phase (2D) and Field Phase (3D). Field Phase ruins the game with its terrible camera. The camera works somewhat well during single-player mode because it stays behind your character; in multiplayer, you never know where the camera will go or which player will have the advantageous perspective.

Pokkén Tournament entirely takes place in circular arenas. These arenas nicely pay homage to Pokémon Stadium, but they’re boring for a real-time fighting game.

The battles themselves are somewhat fun, but too many delays and cinematics accompany your attacks. With smoother gameplay and more varied level design, Pokkén Tournament could have amazing.

47 Mario & Sonic At The Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Every Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games title’s been worse and less original than the last, making Rio 2016 the worst of the bunch. Most of the Olympic mini-games come from previous games, and they feel just as bland as they did before. The new sports—football, rugby, and boxing—are even less interesting thanks to underdeveloped gameplay and little variation between character stats.

Rio 2016 boasts amazing graphics, but the settings barely make use of those graphics. Every mini-game takes place in drab stadiums except Duel Football and Archery, which offer beautiful views of the city. Nintendo ought to show more of Rio to justify the setting and visually entertain players. As it is, Rio 2016 combines boring gameplay with boring visuals.

46 Devil’s Third

Only the multiplayer of Devil’s Third is any fun, and the multiplayer is vastly inferior to other shooters like Halo and Call of Duty. With clunky controls and an awkward third-person camera, you’ll only occasionally enjoy online multiplayer.

The single-player campaign, on the other hand, is impossible to enjoy. Both regular attacks and cinematic kills look terrible. Ivan and his enemies move awkwardly, slashing at each other like brick walls. In addition to awful attacks, the enemies have poor AI programming and sometimes move away instead of fighting you.

Finally, the story and characters are so bad you’ll never want to finish the campaign. With poor voice acting and an abundance of cutscenes, you’ll cringe throughout the campaign—although you’ll enjoy the occasional well-written joke.

45 Game & Wario

Originally designed as a launch title for the Wii U, Game & Wario released half a year after the Wii U came out. The 16 mini-games show 16 different ways you can use the Wii U—and they’re incredibly boring. With clunky controls, slow pacing, and singular objectives, the mini-games show why so many people criticize Wii U mechanics. The simplistic games also demonstrate why mechanics—no matter how brilliant they are—need good content so you can fully appreciate those mechanics.

The game would have been bad no matter what, but it’s especially disappointing as a member of the Wario franchise. Game & Wario throws in our favorite Wario characters while abandoning the quirkiness, fast pace, and varied gameplay that make Wario games so much fun.

44 Wii Party U

Like Mario Party 10, Wii Party U combines a linear, uninteresting board with a list of unpolished mini-games. These mini-games use strange mechanics and even stranger objectives, leaving you confused and dissatisfied after every round.

The only reason Wii Party U trumps Mario Party 10 is its charm. While Mario Party 10 lacks originality, Wii Party U isn’t afraid to be weird. You’ll find yourself laughing as yours Miis throw themselves across the screen and beat each other silly with hammers. I highly recommend playing the game with other people; if you play alone, you’ll want to stop playing as soon as you start. With your friends, you can laugh together at just how terrible and bizarre Wii Party U is.

43 New Super Mario Bros. U

New Super Mario Bros. Wii is one of the most overrated games of all time, and its sequel isn’t any different. New Super Mario Bros. U uses the same music, aesthetics, and controls of its prequel, giving fans a completely unoriginal game. While the Wii game added great power-ups like the Penguin Suit to the franchise, the Wii U sequel adds boring outfits like Flying Squirrel Mario (which is just a worse version of Cape Mario).

Instead of fixing the franchise’s problems or making an innovative platformer, New Super Mario Bros. U is a worse version of its prequel. The majority of levels and bosses still feel stagnant, and multiplayer is still a chaotic mess. If you want an exciting 2D Mario game, you should play New Super Luigi U instead—but you’ll find out all about that further down the list.

42 Dr. Luigi

If you enjoyed Dr. Mario, you might enjoy Dr. Luigi—but I don’t guarantee it. Dr. Luigi upgrades the franchise with 3D, HD graphics—and they actually worsen the game. Luigi and the viruses move outside the playing field, distracting you from the core gameplay. Even the playing field looks terrible: the 3D pills move nauseatingly across the screen. Nintendo should have stuck with older, smoother graphics and avoided outside the movement. With Luigi awkwardly swinging his arm back and forth, you’ll never want to look in his direction.

Apart from the annoying visuals, Dr. Luigi preserves the gameplay of Dr. Mario. In fact, the gameplay’s almost exactly the same. If you’re looking for an original sequel, Dr. Luigi isn’t the game for you.

41 Sing Party

Outside of its wonderful song selection, Sing Party has no outstanding features. Single-player and competitive karaoke are fun enough, but Sing Party also includes terrible “party” modes. Other players can participate as backup singers or audience members. After trying these roles, however, you’ll never want to play them again. You barely participate; when you do, you perform bizarre, boring actions like cheering and dancing. Nobody wants to cheer and dance in a singing game, particularly when the developers put so little effort into those modes.

Fortunately, Sing Party does well with its primary singing modes. The Wii U microphone interprets voices well—it’s very good at reading both notes and words. Sing Party occasionally includes great visuals, but the backgrounds are usually uninspired, odd visuals like 3D polygons. You’d probably enjoy regular karaoke more than playing Sing Party, particularly if you’re singing with friends.

40 Mario & Sonic At The Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

I’ve always enjoyed the winter versions of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games more than the summer games. The winter mini-games take place in larger, more varied settings—and the snowy courses look better than running tracks.

Sochi 2014 also improved the franchise in multiple ways. The game introduces online multiplayer, making Sochi 2014 more worthy of your money and time than previous titles. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games has always been more fun with other people. Nintendo finally realized this and included online multiplayer, giving you more people to compete with.

The game adds Figure Skating Pairs to the franchise, which is quite entertaining. Two players must work together in a variety of actions, including holding hands, jumping, and spinning around each other. The other mini-games may bore you, but Figure Skating Pairs will make you and your friends laugh in no time.

39 The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

Twilight Princess HD is fairly fun for new players, but it’s frustrating for those of us who played the original Twilight Princess. Everyone expects better graphics in HD remasters, yet Twilight Princess HD looks almost exactly the same.

Nintendo only made minor changes to gameplay, too. Switching items and transforming into a wolf is easier. Hero Mode offers more challenging combat. Unfortunately, Nintendo added poor ideas like the Ghost Lantern (which points you toward Poes) and fewer Tears of Light, making the easy game even easier than it should be.

Instead of focusing on making new Legend of Zelda games, Nintendo pointlessly remastered Twilight Princess. If you’ve already played Twilight Princess on GameCube or Wii, there’s no need for you to play the Wii U version.

38 Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge

While previous Ninja Gaiden games wonderfully challenge players, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge abandons difficult combat for “epic” gameplay. Countering and dodging no longer play an important role thanks to the cinematic kills of Razor’s Edge. These cinematic kills not only interrupt combat but also emphasize how clunky the combat is. In Razor’s Edge, Ryu only kills enemies fluidly during cinematic kills; otherwise, he awkwardly hacks at enemies. Other Ninja Gaiden games use consistently fluid combat, turning every press of the button into a satisfying, believable attack.

Earlier games featured more difficult and more varied enemies, keeping players on their toes from one fight to the next. Ninja Gaiden 3 discards that difficulty, making the game accessible to a wider audience but disappointing most Ninja Gaiden fans.

37 Pokémon Rumble U

Of all the odd Pokémon spin-off games in the world, Pokémon Rumble U least deserves a place in the franchise. The game abandons turn-based strategy for real-time hack and slash—except instead of hacking and slashing, you beat your head against other Pokémon until they collapse. Your Pokémon’s type helps against certain enemies; apart from that, the game lacks any strategy.

Nonetheless, Pokémon Rumble U surpasses Pokkén Tournament. Both games solely use circular stages, but Pokémon Rumble U occasionally adds obstacles to keep gameplay interesting. Unlike Pokkén Tournament, Pokémon Rumble U has a stable camera with only one angle. Finally, Pokémon Rumble U features a 4-player cooperative mode. You won’t enjoy this game alone, but the game can be pretty entertaining when played with friends.

36 Wii Sports Club

Wii Sports Club—an HD remake of Wii Sports—improves upon the original game by adding online multiplayer. That’s it. Despite the HD graphics, Wii Sports Club looks just like Wii Sports. The five mini-games are still fun, but they feel the same as in the prequel—except for Golf. You still swing your virtual golf club with the Wii Remote, but now you place the ball at your feet with the GamePad. This makes Golf more realistic, challenging, and fun; just make sure you don’t accidentally step on the GamePad.

If you want to enjoy Wii Sports with online friends or strangers, you should get Wii Sports Club. Otherwise, there’s little point in buying the remake, even if you haven’t played the original game. After all, Wii Sports is one of Nintendo’s most overrated games.

35 Hyrule Warriors

While the bigger, tougher enemies in Hyrule Warriors are fun to fight, most of the game offers no satisfying challenges. You hack and slash through mobs of weak enemies like Bokoblins and Stalchildren—which is surprisingly disappointing thanks to the lack of difficulty. Cutscenes, cinematic attacks, and useless enemy hordes make gameplay far less interactive than it should be.

As an uncreative rip-off of Dynasty Warriors, Hyrule Warriors feels out of place in the Legend of Zelda series. I loved the opportunity to finally control Zelda on the battlefield, but the other changes worsen the franchise. With poor voice acting, oversexualized female characters, and boring combat, Hyrule Warriors entertains some players but angers many Zelda fans.

34 Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

If Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash was redesigned as a regular tennis game—one completely unrelated to Mario—it’d be a pretty good game. You can hit the ball a variety of ways, all giving matches a realistic, quick pace. The game may bore you after a while, but it’ll keep you entertained for at least a few hours.

As a Mario Tennis game, however, Ultra Smash is a major disappointment. What happened to the amazing power-ups and character abilities that make Mario sports games so much fun? The only power-up in Ultra Smash is the Mega Mushroom, which you can only access in Mega Battle mode. The Mega Mushroom isn’t particularly fun or exciting—particularly since your character blocks most of the screen.

33 Art Academy: SketchPad

Art Academy: SketchPad functions more as an application program than a video game. Giving you every color you’d ever want of pencils, colored pencils, and pastels, SketchPad is a wonderful digital drawing tool. Drawing on the GamePad feels great (unless, of course, you prefer feeling paper beneath your fingers).

SketchPad improves upon previous Art Academy games through online functions. Now you can share your work with an online Nintendo community, and you can view amazing drawings made by strangers.

Unfortunately, SketchPad doesn’t include drawing lessons like other Art Academy games. With lessons, SketchPad could have been a helpful, informative app. Instead, it’s a tool that supports your hobbies without necessarily enhancing them. Nintendo learned from this key mistake in the sequel, Art Academy: Home Studio—which you’ll see later in this article.

32 NES Remix

NES Remix takes moments from classic NES games like Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda and combines them with short, simple challenges. That might sound like a fun idea, but Nintendo terribly executes the concept. The challenges just aren’t challenging. I’d much rather play through the NES games or their ports; the original games offer more satisfying, authentic challenges.

Since you only spend a little time with each game, you have to learn a lot of controls. NES Remix forces you through excessive tutorials before the challenges. You almost spend as much time beating the challenges as completing the tutorials. No video game should require tutorials, particularly one that consists of 16 separate NES titles.

31 New Super Luigi U

New Super Luigi U is the fast-paced, fresh game New Super Mario Bros. U should have been. Nintendo originally released New Super Luigi U as DLC for New Super Mario Bros. U, but the game can now be purchased separately. The DLC converts the original game’s stages into more challenging levels. With more enemies and a shorter time limit (you only have 100 seconds to complete each stage!), New Super Luigi U challenges even the greatest Super Mario players.

As the DLC of an uncreative game, New Super Luigi U still isn’t particularly innovative. However, the game makes up for its lack of new ideas with a thrilling mashup of old ideas. If you enjoy the unforgiving difficulty of early Super Mario games, you’ll love New Super Luigi U.

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The Nintendo Wii wasn’t just a successful Nintendo console, it was one of the best-selling and most successful consoles of all time. Nintendo’s next console, the Nintendo Wii U, would never reach the height of its predecessor. 

It’s one of the company’s worst-selling consoles. However, the Wii U still had a ton of great games. Even though they weren’t played by tens of millions, plenty of people still enjoyed the console and the games it had to offer. So, here are the best Wii U games of all time ranked by sales. 

The Best Selling Wii U Games

  • 10. Mario Party 10
  • 9. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
  • 8. New Super Luigi U
  • 7. Super Mario Maker
  • 6. Splatoon
  • 5. Nintendo Land
  • 4. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
  • 3. New Super Mario Bros. U
  • 2. Super Mario 3D World
  • 1. Mario Kart 8

10. Mario Party 10 - 2.2 Million Copies Sold

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Mario Party is a staple for Nintendo consoles, the majority of their consoles have a Mario Party game to go along with it, and there’s a reason for that.

The Mario Party games are a blast, and even though things can get quickly heated, that adds to the experience of the game. Mario Party 10 is no exception and is another fun installment in the series. 

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Released in 2015, this Wii U game sees players competing on a board game to get as many stars as possible. You do this by traversing through the map and playing minigames to collect enough coins to buy stars.

Some of the minigames include Cheep Cheep Leap, Bobsled Battle, and Paintball Battle. 

The Mario Party series is massively popular, and Mario Party 10 proved it once again. The game would go on to sell 2.2 million copies. 

9. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD - 2.3 Million Copies Sold

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A remaster of the GameCube game, Wind Waker HD takes players back to the world of Zelda. In this adventure, Link must once again stop Ganon except this game puts a heavy emphasis on sailing, as Wind Waker takes place on the sea.

To sail, Link must use the Wind Waker baton to control the wind. Equipped with this baton and being surrounded by his new friends, Link takes the fight to Ganon. 

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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker sold well on the GameCube, and it’s able to say the same on the Wii U.

The game managed to sell 2.3 million copies, outselling other Zelda games such as Hyrule Warriors and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. It’s the best-selling Wii U game in the Zelda franchise. 

8. New Super Luigi U - 3 Million Copies Sold

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The often-overlooked brother of Mario, Luigi would get his time to shine in 2013. Officially titled the “Year of Luigi” by Nintendo, numerous Luigi-centered titles were released by the company. One of these games was New Super Luigi U, an expansion to the New Super Mario Bros. U game. 

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A big change in the game is the difficulty. New Super Luigi U is harder than the original game, with each level having a 100-second timer. Luigi fans everywhere jumped at the chance to play this challenging game, and it went on to sell 3 million copies. 

New Super Luigi U is one of the best-selling Wii U games of all time, and we think it’s an indication that Luigi deserves to star in more games. 

7. Super Mario Maker - 4 Million Copies Sold

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For fans of platformer Mario games, Super Mario Maker is a must-have. This 2015 game allows players to not only create and upload their platform levels but also allows them to play levels from players all over the world.

The levels can be inspired by games such as Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U. 

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Super Mario Maker gave players an outlet to create the levels of their dreams. If they wanted to add 10 Bowsers, or if they wanted to make the hardest level possible they could. This creative game would go on to sell 4 million copies, and would eventually get a sequel on the Nintendo Switch. 

6. Splatoon - 4.9 Million Copies Sold

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Another Wii U game with a heavy emphasis on online play is Splatoon. This 2015 game was the first entry in the new third-person shooter franchise from Nintendo.

Shooter and Nintendo in the same sentence may seem off, but the game is kid-friendly and on-brand for the company. Opposing teams shoot colorful ink at each other in various game modes. Some of these modes include Turf War, Splat Zones, and Tower Control. 

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Even though Splatoon is a newer series, it still sold well on the Wii U. It sold 4.9 million copies. Its success would lead to a sequel being made for the Nintendo Switch.

Splatoon characters were included in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe rosters. Splatoon 3 is set to release sometime in the future.

5. Nintendo Land - 5.2 Million Copies Sold

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Nintendo consoles are home to fun games to play with the whole family, and Nintendo Land was another game in that category. The game is packed with 13 minigames that are based on Nintendo franchises. 

Some of the franchises represented include The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Animal Crossing, and Super Mario Bros. The minigames can also be played by different-sized groups. It can be played by one person, or by a group of 5.

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Nintendo Land would go on to sell 5.2 million copies. Although no official sequel was released, another minigame title was released for the Nintendo Switch. 1-2-Switch was also a launch title for the console, similar to how Nintendo Land was the launch title for the Wii U. 

4. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U - 5.3 Million Copies Sold

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The Super Smash Bros. franchise has been popular since its first installment in the Nintendo 64. 

Since then, it has grown exponentially, both in success and its gameplay. What started as a small roster of Nintendo characters fighting each other evolved to a roster of 58 that includes guest characters such as Mega Man and Ryu. 

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Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U sold an incredible 5.3 million copies. A 3DS version of the game was released at the same time and sold 9.6 million copies.

Super Smash Bros. is one of the best Wii U games not only in terms of sales but also because it’s one of the most fun games the console has to offer. 

3. New Super Mario Bros. U - 5.8 Million Copies Sold

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Mario and his friends go back to their roots in this platforming game. Released in 2012, New Super Mario Bros. U is another installment in the New Super Mario Bros.

The game can be played by one person, or they can be joined by three other friends. The plot is a simple but classic story, Princess Peach is captured by Bowser. It’s up to Mario and Luigi to rescue her and save the day. 

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New Super Mario Bros. U was a success for the franchise and sold 5.8 million copies. The game’s success wasn’t just contained to the base game, New Super Luigi U also sold well. The game would eventually get ported over to the Nintendo Switch, and it would include the Luigi expansion. 

2. Super Mario 3D World - 5.87 Million Copies Sold

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Another Mario platformer, Super Mario 3D World came out a year later after New Super Mario Bros. U. As the title states, this game is a 3D platformer as opposed to the usual 2D Mario platformer games. 

The game can be played by up to four people, and has a heavy emphasis on a new power-up. A cat upgrade transforms the player into a cat that can climb up walls, scratch enemies, and do an air dive.

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The second best-selling Wii U game of all time, Super Mario 3D World sold 5.87 million copies. The game’s success didn’t just end with the Wii U. Like other Wii U games, Super Mario 3D World made its way to the Nintendo Switch and was successful there too. 

1. Mario Kart 8 - 8.4 Million Copies Sold

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To the surprise of nobody, Mario Kart 8 sits at the top of the best Wii U games of all time. Every Mario Kart is a fun game that can be played with a group of friends, and this game is no exception. The game has a mix of new and returning race tracks for a combined total of 48.

Mario Kart 8 also features new items such as the boomerang item and the super horn. The latter item is used to destroy any incoming items such as the infamous blue shell. Besides the new items, the game also features new characters that include Link, Isabelle, and the Villager. 

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Mario Kart 8 sold 8.4 million copies, almost 3 million more than second place. Although this is a massive number, it gets even higher.

Nintendo released Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch; it included the base game and all additional content. It would go on to sell 37 million copies, making it the best-selling Switch game of all time. 

Mario Kart 8 reigns supreme as the best-selling game on two Nintendo consoles. It’s definitively one of the best Wii U games of all time.

However, the other games on this list are great as well, and there are other good games that didn’t make the top 10. Although the Nintendo Wii U didn’t sell well, the games were incredible nonetheless. 

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In the year of 18XX, the west is overrun by thugs and outlaws. A group of bandits have kidnapped Mayor Johnsons daughter and are spreading havoc across the land. Gunman Clive must rescue the girl and bring order to the west, then finish the fight in Gunman Clive 2. His battle against the bandits takes him all around the world and beyond.
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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

March 4, 2016
A dark force, shrouded in twilight, has invaded the vast land of Hyrule. To restore light to the world, team up with the mysterious creature Midna and embrace the darkness to transform into a divine wolf. Fight through labyrinthine dungeons, survive puzzling traps in this legendary Zelda adventure. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is set in a world bursting with life—but also shadow. A dark figure from the Twilight Realm has invaded the world of light. As Link, a farmhand turned cursed beast, join forces with the impish Midna and trusted (albeit unusual) allies to survive a quest that'll take you to the farthest corners of Hyrule and beyond… to the Twilight Realm. This emotional adventure is now on the Wii U console with improved visuals and controls—and new challenges. Choose Hero Mode to take 2x normal damage, or tap the Wolf Link amiibo figure to unlock the tough Cave of Shadows. [Nintendo.com]
Mass Effect 3: Special Edition 25.

Mass Effect 3: Special Edition

November 13, 2012
Earth is on fire. Striking from beyond known space, a race of terrifying machines have begun their destruction of the human race. As Commander Shepard, an Alliance Marine, your only hope for saving mankind is to rally the civilizations of the galaxy and launch one final mission to take back the Earth. Mass Effect 3 features additional missions, weapons, and characters for both single player and multiplayer including the Extended Cut ending and an interactive backstory experience.
Assassin's Creed III 26.

Assassin's Creed III

November 18, 2012
The Colonies, 1775: A brave your warrior fights to save his homeland. But what begins as a struggle over territory turns into a journey that will transform him into a Master Assassin - one that will forever change the destiny of a newborn nation. Assume the role of Connor, warrior son of a Native American mother and British father. As the colonies draw closer to revolution, you will dedicate your life to the freedom of your clan, becoming the spark that ignites the revolution into a full blaze. Your crusade will lead you through blood-soaked battlefields and crowded city streets, to the perilous wilderness and stormy seas. Always know where your enemies are with a larger, more expansive overhead map at your fingertips. Easily change your weapons on the fly to vary your combos without ever stopping the action on-screen.
NBA 2K13 27.

NBA 2K13

November 18, 2012
Featuring an enhanced MyCAREER mode and new gameplay features, NBA 2K13 lets gamers pit the best players in NBA history against the new dynasty of talent, including the much-debated matchup between the 2012 U.S. Men’s National Team and the 1992 “Dream Team.”
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Tadpole Treble

August 11, 2016
Face The Music In Tadpole Treble, swim through the actual sheet music of the game's songs. Avoid the notes, hit the beats, and guide a young tadpole through varied stages in a melodic quest to get home! The adventure introduces a unique, appealing song for every stage, showdowns against intimidating boss creatures, rhythmic elements to master, and rewards for seasoned players. Unlock stages, a music player, a bestiary, developer commentaries and an endurance test. Creative players of all ages will love our Composition Mode, where you can create your own songs using dozens of different tools....and then play through your masterpiece with Baton, or share them via QR codes! Webcomic artist Matthew Taranto, game designer Michael Taranto, and the whole team at BitFinity are happy to present Tadpole Treble--an aquatic, melodic adventure for all ages. Dive on in and enjoy this musical odyssey!
Darksiders II 29.

Darksiders II

November 18, 2012
Darksiders II follows the exploits of DEATH, one of the 4 horsemen of the Apocalypse, in a weaving tale that runs parallel to the events in the original Darksiders game. This epic journey propels DEATH through various light and dark realms as he tries to redeem his brother WAR, the horseman who was blamed for prematurely starting the Apocalypse in Darksiders.
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Batman: Arkham City - Armored Edition

November 18, 2012
Developed by WB Games Montreal, Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition is the enhanced version of the game created by Rocksteady Studios. The Wii U version delivers the same impactful story and gameplay as the original title, this time with enhanced gameplay mechanics and features made possible with the Wii U and its unique GamePad. Batman: Arkham City is set in the new maximum security “home” for all of Gotham City’s thugs, gangsters and insane criminal masterminds. Featuring an vast Rogues Gallery of Gotham City’s most dangerous criminals including Catwoman, The Joker, The Riddler, Two-Face, Harley Quinn, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze and many others, the game allows players to genuinely experience what it feels like to be The Dark Knight delivering justice on the streets of Gotham City.
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Shantae and the Pirate's Curse

December 25, 2014
Embark on a brand new adventure which teams Shantae with her arch nemesis, Risky Boots! When a curse falls upon Sequin Land, Risky Boots and Shantae must join forces to battle unimaginable evil. Shantae must give up her job as Scuttle Towns "Guardian Genie" and become a pirate if she hopes to get her magic back and save the day. As a pirate, Shantae gains new weapons and tools to advance her quest and power through monsters! * Flintlock Pistol (blast enemies and switches from afar) * Pirate Hat (glide on the wind using this enormous headwear) * Risky's Boots (run at super speeds! Chain your attacks as you dash through enemies & over lava) * Cannon (blast yourself into the air on a belch of black powder) Core Gameplay Components: * Whipping! Destroy monsters, topple bosses, and solve puzzles with your hair * Platforming! Run and jump through deviously designed levels * Exploring! Navigate a world of interconnected levels and Labyrinths * Belly Dancing! Dance with your Magic Lamp to suck up magic and items * Customizing! Earn new abilities, unlock stat-boosting artifacts, magic & costumes * Storytelling! Flirtatious characters and wonderfully off-beat humor
Freedom Planet 32.

Freedom Planet

August 20, 2015
Fight your way across the celestial world of Avalice where cats are green, motorcycles drive up walls and monster girls do most of the buttkicking. Freedom Planet is a cartoony, combat-based platform adventure that pits a spunky dragonoid and her friends against an alien attack force.
Sours: https://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/available/wii-u/metascore

Game ranking u wii

The 25 best Wii U games

The best Wii U games are a fantastic celebration of everything Nintendo's previous console had to offer. The perpetually beleaguered Nintendo console launched in 2012 following the success of the Wii, and a short five years later has found itself all but forgotten, as Nintendo gradually but inevitably replaces it with the much more exciting and much more versatile Switch. It was a failure by virtually all metrics, except the one that really matters: the games.

Even with the lackluster sales and cumbersome GamePad, Nintendo's Wii U played host to some of the best games the publisher/developer has ever made. Strange games that have no business existing like Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE and Bayonetta 2, new franchises like Splatoon, and some of the best Super Mario and Super Mario-adjacent games all found a home on Wii U, and while not every game took advantage of the GamePad's unique input features, those that did were unlike anything you could find on any other device. So as Nintendo enters an exciting new era, let's take a few minutes to celebrate the 25 best Wii U games ever made.

25. Lego City: Undercover

We've heard you joking, saying, "someone should make Lego Grand Theft Auto!" whenever a new Lego game was announced. You never expected anyone to do it, did you? But then, all of a sudden, Traveller's Tales actually went there, and it turned out to be a great game too. Lego City: Undercover includes a massive city to explore and all the charm Lego games are known for, without the Adults-only rating that open-world crime games usually get. Instead, it's a fun trip through a blocky city that anyone can enjoy, filled with things to build and people to save.

Exploring the world as Chase McCain is a ton of fun, and being able to change into eight different outfits to take on new jobs adds plenty of gameplay variety. Donning an astronaut costume will let you zoom around in a jetpack (because apparently astronauts have jetpacks), and dressing as a firefighter allows you to put out fires you find in the open world. Though you'll likely miss co-op, which was oddly omitted from Lego City, there's a good chance you'll be distracted enough by the dozens of hours of content that you'll barely notice it's missing.

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24. The Wonderful 101

Don't mistake The Wonderful 101 for some sort of group-management sim like Pikmin - this is a full-on action game wrapped in a Viewtiful Joe disguise. You control a superhero in a wonderfully realized world full of sass and puns (no surprise considering The Wonderful 101 comes from Platinum Games, the team behind Bayonetta). With dozens of followers under your command, you're tasked with saving the world one GamePad stroke at a time.

See, your superhero can command his followers to form giant weapons - whips, swords, etc - which is achieved by drawing the corresponding shape of said weapon on the GamePad's touchscreen. While this is a great use of the Wii U's unique controller, in practice it can be rather difficult to draw certain shapes on the fly while simultaneously dodging attacks onscreen. Still, The Wonderful 101 is packed with charm and humor in equal measure, and even though its gameplay doesn't always translate into fun, it's a mostly enjoyable adventure all the same.

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23. ZombiU

Ubi’s surprise launch day hit is still as terrifying as it was back in 2012. London has been hit by the zombie virus and you’re one of the few survivors out there who hasn’t turned into a brain hungry staggering fiend. It’s not like zombies haven’t been done to death (or undeath), but ZombiU manages to crank up the tension in a number of ways. It’s permadeath for one thing. Send your intrepid survivor out into London town and die and you’ll restart as another person entirely, complete with backstory. All that’s left of your previous character is a shambling corpse and one that you’ll probably have to kill if you want your precious rucksack of stuff back.  

ZombiU is brutal and nasty. Survival is difficult, weapons are scarce, but a lot of the fear stems from some terrifyingly inventive uses of the GamePad. While you’re rummaging around in your rucksack for loot, you’re prime zombie munching fodder, so every gaze into your inventory is a serious risk. Looting enemies and sniping is all done through the GamePad too so it all genuinely feels designed for the console instead of shoe horned in. Officially the scariest game on Wii U. 

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22. Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a rarity: a reboot that's immensely better than its source material. It takes the granularity of the original PC classic, cuts much of the excess baggage, and streamlines the experience with tightened combat and modern open-world design touches. The result: a game that honors its past while looking forward, all wrapped up in a transhumanist narrative that combines real existential questions and typically schlocky conspiracy narratives to thrilling effect.

The Director's Cut arrived a few years later on Wii U, fixing the boss fights to allow for non-lethal methods of engagement, enhancing the graphics, lighting, AI, and more, and even integrates the second screen on the GamePad to allow for more intuitive and immediate controls. It may have lost exclusive status like nearly every other non-Nintendo Wii U game, but it's still a great version of a stellar game.

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21. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze,

If you've ever played the Donkey Kong Country series on Super Nintendo, you know that those games are hard. Yet despite the fact that you will die again, and again, and again, it never seems so bad because the challenge is fair, and even the trickiest platforming section feels conquerable with enough effort. That same spirit of sublime difficulty is alive and well in , the Wii U sequel to Retro Studios' excellent 2.5D reboot of DK's jungle-stomping franchise.

Besides the tough-but-gratifying running and jumping, Tropical Freeze has great presentation and polish. It's packed with subtle detail and vibrant visuals, and a great soundtrack makes the whole experience all the more enjoyable. Plus, the three different Kongs you can partner up with--Diddy, Daisy, and Cranky--each have a unique ability, providing some variety in the way you approach each challenging obstacle. Sure, Tropical Freeze is tough, but it's difficult in all the right ways and is a must-own title for any Wii U owner.

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Skylanders SuperChargers

September 20, 2015
Skylanders SuperChargers features a brand-new class of heroes, called SuperChargers who are distinct with fresh moves, powerful attacks and all-new weapons. These SuperChargers also have special in-game abilities that help Portal Masters fight Kaos. Twenty new SuperChargers character toys and 20 new vehicle toys will be available.
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SteamWorld Heist

October 20, 2016
Join Captain Piper Faraday, smuggler and occasional pirate, as she recruits a rag-tag team of steam-driven robots and sets out on a daring adventure. With your hearty crew you’ll board, loot and shoot your way through enemy spaceships. Overcome the challenges of the vast frontier by upgrading your robots with unique abilities, weapons – and even stylish hats!
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Pikmin 3

August 4, 2013
Pikmin 3 is a reimagined, mass-action strategy title from the critically acclaimed Pikmin series. Players take control of 3 explorers and an array of cute Pikmin in a struggle for survival. By exploiting the unique abilities of these little Pikmin creatures, players solve puzzles, battle dangerous predators and forage for food needed to save the explorers' home planet.
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Need for Speed: Most Wanted U

March 19, 2013
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open world Racing game. The game is the 19th release in the long-running Need for Speed franchise, but hearkens back to the earliest games in the series as players compete in races with police unified against them. Races have a set beginning and end point, with the open world game design allowing players to complete each using whatever path they can find. Additional features include a unique blend of Simulation and Arcade gameplay, social play options through the Autolog 2 feature, exciting multiplayer support, and a large selection of performance vehicles.
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Bayonetta

October 24, 2014
Bayonetta is a cinematic and stylish action game from the creative mind of Hideki Kamiya. As a gun-wielding witch with powers beyond the comprehension of mere mortals, Bayonetta faces-off against countless enemies in a game of 100% pure all-out action. Outlandish finishing moves are performed with acrobatic grace as Bayonetta flows from one fight to another. Bayonetta pushes the limits of the action genre with magnificent over-the-top action and fast-paced, dynamic climax combat.
Gunman Clive HD Collection 21.

Gunman Clive HD Collection

September 3, 2015
In the year of 18XX, the west is overrun by thugs and outlaws. A group of bandits have kidnapped Mayor Johnsons daughter and are spreading havoc across the land. Gunman Clive must rescue the girl and bring order to the west, then finish the fight in Gunman Clive 2. His battle against the bandits takes him all around the world and beyond.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD 22.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

March 4, 2016
A dark force, shrouded in twilight, has invaded the vast land of Hyrule. To restore light to the world, team up with the mysterious creature Midna and embrace the darkness to transform into a divine wolf. Fight through labyrinthine dungeons, survive puzzling traps in this legendary Zelda adventure. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is set in a world bursting with life—but also shadow. A dark figure from the Twilight Realm has invaded the world of light. As Link, a farmhand turned cursed beast, join forces with the impish Midna and trusted (albeit unusual) allies to survive a quest that'll take you to the farthest corners of Hyrule and beyond… to the Twilight Realm. This emotional adventure is now on the Wii U console with improved visuals and controls—and new challenges. Choose Hero Mode to take 2x normal damage, or tap the Wolf Link amiibo figure to unlock the tough Cave of Shadows. [Nintendo.com]
Mass Effect 3: Special Edition 23.

Mass Effect 3: Special Edition

November 13, 2012
Earth is on fire. Striking from beyond known space, a race of terrifying machines have begun their destruction of the human race. As Commander Shepard, an Alliance Marine, your only hope for saving mankind is to rally the civilizations of the galaxy and launch one final mission to take back the Earth. Mass Effect 3 features additional missions, weapons, and characters for both single player and multiplayer including the Extended Cut ending and an interactive backstory experience.
Assassin's Creed III 24.

Assassin's Creed III

November 18, 2012
The Colonies, 1775: A brave your warrior fights to save his homeland. But what begins as a struggle over territory turns into a journey that will transform him into a Master Assassin - one that will forever change the destiny of a newborn nation. Assume the role of Connor, warrior son of a Native American mother and British father. As the colonies draw closer to revolution, you will dedicate your life to the freedom of your clan, becoming the spark that ignites the revolution into a full blaze. Your crusade will lead you through blood-soaked battlefields and crowded city streets, to the perilous wilderness and stormy seas. Always know where your enemies are with a larger, more expansive overhead map at your fingertips. Easily change your weapons on the fly to vary your combos without ever stopping the action on-screen.
NBA 2K13 25.

NBA 2K13

November 18, 2012
Featuring an enhanced MyCAREER mode and new gameplay features, NBA 2K13 lets gamers pit the best players in NBA history against the new dynasty of talent, including the much-debated matchup between the 2012 U.S. Men’s National Team and the 1992 “Dream Team.”
Darksiders II 26.

Darksiders II

November 18, 2012
Darksiders II follows the exploits of DEATH, one of the 4 horsemen of the Apocalypse, in a weaving tale that runs parallel to the events in the original Darksiders game. This epic journey propels DEATH through various light and dark realms as he tries to redeem his brother WAR, the horseman who was blamed for prematurely starting the Apocalypse in Darksiders.
Batman: Arkham City - Armored Edition 27.

Batman: Arkham City - Armored Edition

November 18, 2012
Developed by WB Games Montreal, Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition is the enhanced version of the game created by Rocksteady Studios. The Wii U version delivers the same impactful story and gameplay as the original title, this time with enhanced gameplay mechanics and features made possible with the Wii U and its unique GamePad. Batman: Arkham City is set in the new maximum security “home” for all of Gotham City’s thugs, gangsters and insane criminal masterminds. Featuring an vast Rogues Gallery of Gotham City’s most dangerous criminals including Catwoman, The Joker, The Riddler, Two-Face, Harley Quinn, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze and many others, the game allows players to genuinely experience what it feels like to be The Dark Knight delivering justice on the streets of Gotham City.
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse 28.

Shantae and the Pirate's Curse

December 25, 2014
Embark on a brand new adventure which teams Shantae with her arch nemesis, Risky Boots! When a curse falls upon Sequin Land, Risky Boots and Shantae must join forces to battle unimaginable evil. Shantae must give up her job as Scuttle Towns "Guardian Genie" and become a pirate if she hopes to get her magic back and save the day. As a pirate, Shantae gains new weapons and tools to advance her quest and power through monsters! * Flintlock Pistol (blast enemies and switches from afar) * Pirate Hat (glide on the wind using this enormous headwear) * Risky's Boots (run at super speeds! Chain your attacks as you dash through enemies & over lava) * Cannon (blast yourself into the air on a belch of black powder) Core Gameplay Components: * Whipping! Destroy monsters, topple bosses, and solve puzzles with your hair * Platforming! Run and jump through deviously designed levels * Exploring! Navigate a world of interconnected levels and Labyrinths * Belly Dancing! Dance with your Magic Lamp to suck up magic and items * Customizing! Earn new abilities, unlock stat-boosting artifacts, magic & costumes * Storytelling! Flirtatious characters and wonderfully off-beat humor
Freedom Planet 29.

Freedom Planet

August 20, 2015
Fight your way across the celestial world of Avalice where cats are green, motorcycles drive up walls and monster girls do most of the buttkicking. Freedom Planet is a cartoony, combat-based platform adventure that pits a spunky dragonoid and her friends against an alien attack force.
Trine 2: Director's Cut 30.

Trine 2: Director's Cut

November 18, 2012
Trine 2: Director's Cut, exclusively for Wii U, features a total of 20 levels full of adventure, including the high-acclaimed Goblin Menace expansion campaign and the exclusive "Dwarven Caverns" level, making Trine 2: Director's Cut the most comprehensive package of Trine 2 on any platform.
Child of Light 31.

Child of Light

April 29, 2014
The duke's daughter Aurora is dead; and yet, she lives. Join Aurora across the mysterious kingdom of Lemuria on her quest to return home. Helped by Igniculus the firefly, Finn the Capilli and many more, she must defeat the Queen of the Night who has stolen the sun, the moon and the stars.
Xenoblade Chronicles X 32.

Xenoblade Chronicles X

December 4, 2015
Fight for survival while exploring the vast expanses of an unknown planet where anything you see is reachable in your weaponized mech, called a Skell. Customize a lethal skill set of combat and defensive skills, called Arts, to strengthen your strategies and defeat enemies efficiently. Attack your enemies from multiple directions using melee weapons, guns, and your greatest asset—your tactical mind.
Sours: https://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/score/metascore/all/wii-u/filtered

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