Miguel Moran

For a lot of gamers, the Wii U simply isn’t a part of their history with Nintendo. As far as a decent chunk of society isaware, Nintendo made the Wii, and then after that, they made the Switch. The Wii U is slowly being lost to time, and a notable catalog of impressive Wii U exclusives are disappearing with it. Thankfully, with each year that the Nintendo Switch dominates the charts and invades homes across the globe just as the Nintendo Wii did, the iconic video game company has been picking and choosing select titles from the small yet significant […]

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