HomeNewsSurvey Shows People Are 50% More Likely To Buy A Wii U After E3 Zak Penrith July 22, 2014 News A recent survey done on 1000 people says that they will be more likely to buy a Wii U after the recent game announcements last month at E3. The survey was done by IHS and GamesIndustry.biz. The likeliness that a customer would buy a Wii U has risen by 50% and this is because of games like Zelda U, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Mario Maker, Starfox U and many more which are all games that were announced at E3. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U which is set to be released in Winter 2014 and is expected to turn Wii U sales around. You can see the survey results for yourself down below: The survey also states that 89% of people who own a Wii U will buy the next installment in The Legend Of Zelda franchise code named Zelda U when it’s released next year. So what do you think about this sudden peak of interest in the Wii U? Let us know in the comments below. [Source: Games Industry] Share this post: No related posts. salesWii UZelda UHyrule Warriors Now Has Sheik, Princess Ruto & Darunia As Playable CharactersLuigi’s death stare appears in an official Mario Kart 8 CommercialAbout The AuthorZak PenrithNews Writer/Reviewer (UK)Zak is a gamer who has been playing Nintendo games since he could remember! His favorite franchises are Zelda & Animal Crossing, and his favorite games are The Legend Of Zelda: Majoras Mask and Super Mario 64. When he isn't playing video games, he's often outside playing sports while cramming for tests.