The Wii U is approaching the end of its lifecycle to make way for the NX’s release in March next year, and there are only a handful of big titles on the way before then. To make sure Wii U owners aren’t missing out on anything, Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto and Bill Trinen recently revealed their favorite overlooked gems from the console’s library of games.

Miyamoto chose Star Fox Zero as his most overlooked game, which is no surprise considering his leading role in its production. He thinks that the game would be really fun for siblings to play together, or for an elementary school kid who has never played a Star Fox game. Trinen, on the other hand, explained that his favorite Wii U game is Pikmin 3, and he believes that the multiplayer bingo battle mode “was literally the best new multiplayer mode that has been created since Smash Bros.”

Here’s the full quote from Miyamoto:

“I think personally Star Fox is a really fun game if you sit down and play it. I think, for example, an elementary school kid who plays it without any preconceived notions, I think it would be really fun for them. I think it’s also really, really fun for siblings to play it together.” — Shigeru Miyamoto

And here’s what Bill Trinen had to say:

“Personally, I think Pikmin 3 is the most amazing game on Wii U. It’s probably one of my favorite games in the last six or seven years. I think that hardly anyone realizes that the multiplayer bingo battle mode was literally the best new multiplayer mode that has been created since Smash Bros. It is so much fun.” — Bill Trinen

What Wii U game do you think is most overlooked? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Game Informer

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