Retailers are certainly a leaky bunch, and the latest unofficial reveal pertains to possible Wii U launch titles, outed by way of Amazon.
Amazon.com's product page for Nintendo's upcoming console lists a number of supposed launch games under the "Wii U Release Software Lineup" section, all of which also appeared on Blockbuster UK's lineup, leaked earlier this month.
That particular list was 25-games long and didn't specify which titles would be released alongside the console. Amazon narrows it down to the following, with $50 price tags attached to several games:
Wii U will feature a wide variety of exciting first and third party games and software at the time of system launch. Just a few of those players can expect include:
- New Super Mario Bros. Mii
- Darksiders II
- Aliens Colonial Marines
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online
- Metro Last Light
- Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge (working title)
- And Nintendo Mii-based software yet to be confirmed.
For those unaware, "working title" means the game doesn't have an official name just yet. Previously, a Japanese retailer reportedly named a release date of November 18 for the Wii U, though this is also unconfirmed.