Joe, I'm not trolling you at all, but I have to ask seriously...What games are you referring to?
Here's what's on the shelf so far:
Game & Wario: Mediocre, but I can't complain since I got it for under $20. It also has a Pictionary-ish multiplayer game that supports 5 players that my friends and I have gotten a LOT of mileage out of. Worth it for that alone, though the rest of the content is really not super great.
New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U: easily the best designed of the NSMB series (and I thought the Wii game was pretty good) - it's too bad that Nintendo pretty much just up-rezzed assets and reused the soundtrack from NSMBWii. Even still it's nice to see discussions on places like Neogaf where people who have actually PLAYED the games talk about how good the level design is so I don't just feel crazy for thinking the same.
Nintendoland: I go back and forth on this one. GoldfishX, you might actually like this game more than I do since a lot of the single player stuff harkens back to VERY old school arcade-y design (really freaking hard, learning patterns, trying to continually improve your score and whatnot). Most of my enjoyment from this has been multiplayer
Pikmin 3: Haven't gotten around to it yet, but if it's half as good as I thought either Pikmin 1 or 2 were, it'll be worth the price of entry. Impressions from friends lead me to believe it won't disappoint.
Rayman Legends: I know it's available on other platforms, but Wii U was the original destination and I have NO idea how they didn't butcher the stuff that uses the gamepad in porting it. Have been having an absolute blast with this game (no surprise since I loved Origins on the PS3 as well).
Super Mario 3D World: While I don't like it quite as much as either Galaxy game, still better than... most games on the market (to my tastes, anyway).
Wonderful 101: Have it, haven't played it yet. My guess would be that I'll feel the same as I do about just about every single Platinum Games game - beautifully constructed and well made but it won't quite click with me like it does with most people. We'll see.
ZombiU: Didn't expect to like this all that much but gave it a shot. Loved it. It's really the closest thing to a real survival horror game that I've played in a long time, and it's just very unique in general. Never quite played anything like it. I think it turned off a lot of people that while it's a "first person shooter" it's very slow and plodding and methodical and requires some thought/planning.
I'll probably eventually get the Wind Waker remake, but remakes aren't generally a priority for me if I have the original. I doubt I'll get very many multiplatform games at all for the Wii U (if they even still keep coming) unless they're notably better in some way (doubtful at this point). I played the DuckTales remake on it and The Cave just because I like the controller. I've also done a bit of Wii Bowling with friends via the online mode of the Wii Sports U port, and I'm pretty happy with the pedometer linkup for Wii Fit U. NES Remix is pretty cool, but friends who have come to visit have played my download of that far more than I have myself. It's probably worth repeating that since I still have a fair number of local friends who like to come over and hang out and play video games together, a system like the Wii U is pretty perfect for us with its type of content.
A couple other random points to address: I don't really like fighting games at all, which is DEFINITELY one of the reasons why my Saturn and Dreamcast libraries aren't as built up as many others'. I also tend not to judge consoles based on games that *aren't* exclusive - I'd say MAYBE 25% at best of my Gamecube collection was available on other platforms and half of those were either quite inferior (ex: RE4 for PS2) or much, much later (Wii ports of a number of first party titles).