In a formal setting yes. Otherwise no.
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I think if they were able to get the Wii stuff out of it's own mode and put into the Wii U software to take advantage of the Wii U stuff, then maybe. Probably not though.
I honestly think it would be a toss-up between Journey, Walking Dead, XCOM and Mark of the Ninja. Who knows.
I think once those must have first party Nintendo games start coming out, they will start to sell out everywhere. I think Nintendo doesn't want a shortage as drastic as the Wii was, even though I feel the Wii U doesn't have all the hype that the Wii had.
I remember liking all of the maps in the first Black Ops, but this game just has maps that make no sense to what Call of Duty is. I do like a couple like Plaza, Yemen, Slums along with maybe 2 others, but the rest I can see me not even growing to like over time. I can say that I still love Nuketown, but that will only be an "event" map in matchmaking now...
@Garfield518: Maybe it falls on the stores and sites that advertized that Nuketown would be a bonus for pre-ordering. I think I remember GameStop using it as a bonus along with naming new bonuses every couple weeks or so. If it wasn't Treyarch who said it was for pre-ordering, then it was sites making it seem like it was for doing so.
It's been a while since there was something along the lines of the Two Human video, but from what I'm seeing is that some people are in a transitioning phase in their life. Ryan is getting married, Vinny has a kid, Patrick got married, being in the GameSpot offices dealing with corporate stuff and not having too much time to make stupid videos and so on. As immature as they are, some other things in their private and professional lives could be shaping their actions at GB going forward. Not saying that this is accurate, but just what I have been observing and it's not a bad thing.