The last 15 minutes of today's Nintendo Direct were filled with surprising and exciting announcements that may have turned around the general sentiment surrounding the Wii U. That makes the first 15 minutes look dull in comparison, but within all that talk about the Virtual Console and Miiverse was
Though they may soon be overshadowed by new Mario and Zelda titles, Bayonetta 2 and The Wonderful 101 were two of the most anticipated games announced by Nintendo before the launch the Wii U.
A new trailer for The Wonderful 101 aired during Nintendo's announcement, showing off more gameplay than has been seen before. The game features heros that can unite normal citizens and transform them into powerful attacks. It sounds weird, and it is:
Bayonetta 2, on the other hand, hasn't quite made it to the stage of development where a gameplay trailer can be showcased. Instead, Nintendo provided a glimpse at the game's development with a short "making of" featurette: