Nintendo is on a
mission to get gamers excited about the Wii U – the successor to the groundbreaking Wii
console and a machine that has been met with skepticism. And so on Tuesday -- during a press conference marking the first day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo -- the Japanese game
giant showed off 23 games for the forthcoming console, including “New Super
Mario Bros. U," "Pikmin 3" and "Bat...