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As E3 2012 draws near, Nintendo will be gearing up to unveil more and more information regarding their next generation console, the Wii U.  So far we do have quite an extensive list of confirmed titles for the system, as well as many rumored games to be in development.  Below is a list of the latter and the former.  Check it out and let us know what you think about some of the confirmed games and what games you would like to see coming to the Wii U.

Confirmed games in development:

1001 Spikes (developed by Nicalis, publisher unknown) Aliens Colonial Marines (developed by Gearbox Software, published by Sega) Assassin?s Creed III (developed by Ubisoft Montrea, published by Ubisoft)l Batman Arkham City (developed by Rocksteady Studios, published by Warner Bros. Interactive) Darksiders II (developed by Vigil Games, published by THQ) DiRT (developed and published by Codemasters) Dragon Quest X Online (developed by Armor Project and Square Enix, published by Square Enix) F1 (developed and published by Codemasters) Ghost Recon Online (developed by Ubisoft Singapore, published by Ubisoft) Killer Freaks from Outer Space (developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, published by Ubisoft) Lego City Stories (developed by Traveller?s Tales, published by Nintendo) Marvel Pinball (developed by Zen Studios, publisher unclear) Metro: Last Light (developed by 4A Games, published by THQ) Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor?s Edge (developed by Team Ninja, published by Tecmo-Koei) Pikmin 3 (developed by Nintendo EAD, published by Nintendo) Project CARS (developed by Slightly Mad Studios, publisher unknown) Rayman Legends (developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, published by Ubisoft) Super Smash Bros (developed by Project Sora probably with help from other teams, published by Nintendo) Untitled project by Monolith Software Untitled Rabbids project (developed and published by Ubisoft)

- Rumoured games/studios working on Wii U software:

Activision (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Treyarch, Vicarious Visions, James Bond 007 game) Bandai-Namco (Ridge Racer, Tekken) Bloober Team (multiple titles) Capcom (?Action game? listing) Crytek (Nottingham team has Wii U SDK, and and they?re excited about it) Deep Silver Inc. (multiple titles) EA (Sports titles, Medal of Honor Warfighter, Overstrike, Visceral Games) Funbox Media Ltd (multiple titles) LucasArts (action/adventure title, MMO) Maximum Family Games, LLC. (racing title) Rebellion (multiple titles) Retro Studios (Nintendo) Sega (Sonic, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed) Shin?en (has Wii U SDK)



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