Operation Wake Up is inspired by the success of Operation Rainfall, which successfully got the three Rainfall games released in the US. Operation Wake Up is much more ambitious with it goal. The hope of Operation Wake Up is not to get Nintendo to release games that have only been released in Japan with no plans to localize elsewhere. No, Operation Wake Up is targeting 3rd party developers and publishers like EA, 2K Games, Rockstar Games, Gearbox, Bioware, ect. that have either said things are appear to be passing up the chance to release games on the Wii U. The hope is to make these companies "Wake Up" and say hey we can make money from making ports for the Wii U.
There is no reason why games like Mass Effect Trilogy, Borderlands 2, Bioshock Infinite, Tomb Raider, ect. can't be on the Wii U. Gearbox said that for Borderlands 2, the game would need a unique feature to set it a part from the other versions. Yet what sets the 360 and PS3 versions a part from one another? Nothing! Tomb Raiders is passing up because it too would have to have a unique feature! Hey guys, you don't do this with the other two systems, so why are we doing it for the Wii U? If you want a unique experience for the Wii U, then make an exclusive or develop the game for the Wii U and port it over to the other systems first (chance are those would be for the PS4 and 720). If your a Wii U owner and want to see great 3rd part games, then please sign this petition. Get the word out. Let's make a big uproar and grab the attention of the gaming industry.
Maybe you don't prefer Nintendo systems but you empathize, then please sign and spread the word. There is no reason why some of these games couldn't be ported to the Wii U and just offer maps and menus on the GamePad and off TV play.
Again this is, Operation Wake Up.
The Wii U has a lot of potential and its a shame it isnt getting the attention it deserves. I only want developers to pay more attention to the possibilities on the system.
Legacy, Australia1 year ago Comments: Yes, please release your pathetic third-party games.
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