Forums

Topic: Wii U ports you'd like to see

Posts 1 to 20 of 40

presenttense

Hello!

I'm sure this has been discussed before but I couldn't find a thread on it. Which Wii U ports would you like to see? I understand many would prefer NEW games, but I'm guessing there will definitely be more Wii U ports.

Personally I am hoping for Super Mario 3D World.

presenttense

Justifier

That and Tokyo Mirage Sessions.

Soldiers does not judge. Soldiers delivers judgement.

Switch Friend Code: SW-0456-5973-9496 | 3DS Friend Code: 0533-4480-5285 | Nintendo Network ID: Justifier

Magician

Wonderful 101, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and Pikmin 3.

Switch Physical Collection - 350 games (as of June 24th, 2019)
Currently playing: Okami HD (Switch) Mary Skelter (PS Vita) Borderlands The Pre-sequel (PS4)
Favorite Quote: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." -Arthur C. Clarke

presenttense

@Magician

I'd forgotten Pikmin 3 - that would be fantastic. Although maybe Pikmin 4 would be better?

presenttense

Grumblevolcano

In Wii U chronological order with most important ones bolded:

  • Pikmin 3
  • Wonderful 101
  • Wind Waker HD
  • Sonic Lost World
  • Super Mario 3D World
  • NES Remix Pack
  • Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
  • Yoshi's Woolly World
  • Super Mario Maker (though sequel with all the Wii U content and more would be a perfectly fine substitute)
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X
  • Twilight Princess HD
  • Star Fox Zero + Guard
  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
  • Paper Mario Color Splash

Edited on by Grumblevolcano

Grumblevolcano

Switch Friend Code: SW-2595-6790-2897 | 3DS Friend Code: 3926-6300-7087 | Nintendo Network ID: GrumbleVolcano

Heavyarms55

@presenttense I am certain this has been done before. But, stealing from @GrumbleVolcano

  • Pikmin 3
  • Wind Waker HD
  • Super Mario 3D World
  • Yoshi's Woolly World
  • Super Mario Maker ( I actually would prefer a sequel / expanded update with more features)
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X
  • Twilight Princess HD
  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

Edited on by Heavyarms55

Nintendo Switch FC: 4867-2891-2493
Discord: Heavyarms55#1475
Pokemon Go FC: 3838 2595 7596
PSN: Heavyarms55zx
Feel free to add me

presenttense

Most of these I’d buy again! What about a new version of Wii Sports Resort? Technically that’s a Wii port so I’ve sent my topic off topic a little...

presenttense

Charlie_Girl

we should have no more Wii U ports.
I bought a Switch to have new games released for it.

I'll be your 1up girl

Switch Friend Code: SW-1787-3887-5088 | 3DS Friend Code: 3883-6315-2933 | My Nintendo: CharlieSmile | Nintendo Network ID: CharlieSmile

Bevinator

CharlieSmile wrote:

we should have no more Wii U ports.
I bought a Switch to have new games released for it.

+1

ZX Spectrum, Atari 2600
N64, Game Cube, Wii, Wii U, Switch
Gameboy, DS, 3DS
Xbox 360, Xbox one

My Nintendo: Bevinator

presenttense

@CharlieSmile

I do absolutely agree with this but as I said in my first post, I think ports are inevitable so I was just wondering which ones people would be happy to see.

presenttense

Harmonie

Now that I've gotten into the Persona series, Tokyo Mirage Sessions might be more interesting than it was to me before. Still I'd have to look into it more before I'd think of getting it.

Harmonie

Nintendo Network ID: WoodwindsRock

EvilLucario

@CharlieSmile We can and have gotten both. 2019 already has a bunch of exciting games coming out.

Bring in the Xenoblade X and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE ports.

Edited on by EvilLucario

Metroid, Xenoblade, EarthBound shill

I run a YouTube/Twitch channel for fun. Check me out if you want to!

Please let me know before you send me a FC request, thanks.

Switch Friend Code: SW-4023-8648-9313 | 3DS Friend Code: 2105-8876-1993 | Nintendo Network ID: ThatTrueEvil | Twitter:

Ralizah

@CharlieSmile Or... you could just not buy the Wii U ports, and it accomplishes the same thing, but without depriving Switch owners who never owned a Wii U the chance to play the best games on that system. Remember, it sold so poorly that the Switch outsold it in its first year on the market. That's a LOT of Switch owners for who these are, effectively, new games.

Edited on by Ralizah

Ralizah

EvilLucario

That said I feel like we need to make backwards compatibility a real standard to keep from now on to reduce a lot of the needs for ports and instead have remasters that can fix problems. There's no reason not to have backwards compatibility on the next Xbox and PlayStation. Leaving it out will really hurt the offending platform extremely badly and no marketing can counteract that.

But Nintendo has the hardest time with this considering the extremely different control inputs for each of their games in different platforms. Mario Galaxy on the Nvidia Shield, for example (which it does exist officially in China), suffers due to the pointer controls being kinda bad in comparison since it's controlled with the right stick. And since Nintendo gotta Nintendo at points with some wacky controls... backwards compatibility isn't a guarantee unless they can make the old stuff/controllers work, then that's fine.

Metroid, Xenoblade, EarthBound shill

I run a YouTube/Twitch channel for fun. Check me out if you want to!

Please let me know before you send me a FC request, thanks.

Switch Friend Code: SW-4023-8648-9313 | 3DS Friend Code: 2105-8876-1993 | Nintendo Network ID: ThatTrueEvil | Twitter:

Charlie_Girl

@Ralizah
honestly, nah.
"I didn't have that system, so I would like every popular game for it released on this system I have."
what kinda mentality is that?

I'm not gonna get angsty that Fable wasn't released on the PS3, for example.
I'm not gonna beg for Perfect Dark Zero on Switch, for another example.

when I miss out on console exclusives because I didn't own that console, that's a personal problem.

Edited on by Charlie_Girl

I'll be your 1up girl

Switch Friend Code: SW-1787-3887-5088 | 3DS Friend Code: 3883-6315-2933 | My Nintendo: CharlieSmile | Nintendo Network ID: CharlieSmile

Ralizah

@CharlieSmile

I don't see the logic behind thinking that Wii U games shouldn't be ported to the Switch because you happen to only want new games.

A) Ports don't preclude or replace new games overall.
B) A lot of people didn't own a Wii U, so there's a lot of money to be made by Nintendo porting their Wii U exclusives.
C) New games aren't inherently better or more valuable than older games. And the line is fuzzy these days anyway. What's an "old" game? Are remasters of last gen games like Skyrim, Tales of Vesperia, etc. old games? Are full-blown remakes old or new games? What about recent ports from other consoles?
D) The Switch allows these games to be played in portable form. That won't be a big deal for some, but it clearly is for others.

So these ports are a win/win for everyone. People who haven't played them before or want them in portable form get what they want. Nintendo makes a ton of money from relatively little development work. There's literally no downside to these Wii U ports.

If a person doesn't want them, as I said, they can just not buy them, and that effectively accomplishes the same thing as the game never releasing in the first place.

There's no reason not to port as many games to the Switch as possible if they keep selling well.

Edited on by Ralizah

Ralizah

EvilLucario

@CharlieSmile You're literally using examples of games directly owned by Microsoft going on other platforms. THAT is irrational to ask for. Not games going from one generation from another owned by the same company, especially since companies see the money of people wanting games from a previous generation onto a new generation, either to get it for the first time or double dip. That's pretty much why the later years of the PS3/360 generation and why this entire generation has been filled with remasters/remakes, yet also supplementing new games so it's not a bad thing at all.

Edited on by EvilLucario

Metroid, Xenoblade, EarthBound shill

I run a YouTube/Twitch channel for fun. Check me out if you want to!

Please let me know before you send me a FC request, thanks.

Switch Friend Code: SW-4023-8648-9313 | 3DS Friend Code: 2105-8876-1993 | Nintendo Network ID: ThatTrueEvil | Twitter:

GrailUK

@CharlieSmile Maybe you could build a wall around your Switch to not let Wii U games in, and get Wii U owners to pay for it?

I never drive faster than I can see. Besides, it's all in the reflexes.

Switch FC: SW-0287-5760-4611

darkfenrir

The only one I want right now is Tokyo Mirage Session#FE off Wii U. The rest is just not interesting for me

darkfenrir

Switch Friend Code: SW-0242-3593-1338

bluemage1989

GrailUK wrote:

@CharlieSmile Maybe you could build a wall around your Switch to not let Wii U games in, and get Wii U owners to pay for it?

comment of the day right here.

SW 6041 0289 6234

Currently Playing:

Switch: Super Smash Bros: Ultimate, Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, Arms and Mario Odyssey.

N64: Top Gear Rally.

Mega Drive: Streets of Rage 1, 2 and 3.

SNES: F Zero and Donkey Kong Country.

Top

Please login or sign up to reply to this topic