Based on what we've seen this week, here's what I definitely have interest in, in prioritized order.
1. Project P-100 -- Absolutely my most-wanted Wii U game right now. I think it looks awesome anyway, but it's being developed by Platinum Games? And directed by Hideki Kamiya?! The man who made my most favorite game ever, Bayonetta?!?! MY BODY IS READY FOR YOU TO SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.
2. Nintendo Land -- Call me crazy, but despite the tepid reception to this game, I actually think it looks really cool. Mini-games based off different Nintendo properties, the theme park motif, it's ticking all my boxes. God, that sounded wrong.
3. Pikmin 3 -- I have got to play the first two, like ASAP, but despite my ignorance of Pikmin, I squealed like a little girl when this came on the screen. Looks awesome.
4. New Super Mario Bros. U -- The power ups look really promising (and those baby Yoshis are adowable), and it's classic Mario platforming besides. Not to mention Mario's first HD outing.
5. Game & Wario -- WarioWare games always take advantage of the hardware it appears on, and I doubt this will be any different. Now the only question is why we haven't gotten a 3DS WW announced?
6. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 -- I've always wanted to get into Tekken (but I've been too intimidated to try), and this seems like the perfect opportunity.
7. Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth -- The fact that it's a licensed game makes me worried, but I'm thinking this will be pretty good.
8. Tank! Tank! Tank! -- The crazy action seen in the trailer looks awesome, and plus, look at that title. You can't argue with a title like that.
9. Rayman Legends -- I've still got to pick up Origins, but when I played the demo of that, I liked it a lot, and I've no reason to think that this won't improve upon that formula.
10. Scribblenauts Unlimited -- Yeah, I don't know, it just looks good to me.
There are a few others that I'm more ambivalent about that I may or may not get. In alphabetical order:
Aliens: Colonial Marines -- I'm not a big FPS fan (read: I don't like FPSs), but even I admit this looks pretty good. Depending on the pre- and post-release buzz and whether or not I'm willing to take a risk, it could end up in my collection.
Assassin's Creed III -- Never played an AC game, and since I don't want to pick up the story after so many games, I'm not sure if this will lure me in. That said, the fact that we have a Native American protagonist is awesome, and since the setting looks interesting, I may come around. Or buy all the previous AC games and play them first, I don't know.
Darksiders II -- I didn't care for the first one after having played the demo, but a Zelda-like game on the Wii U would be nice in lieu of an actual Zelda. The fact that it's said to improve on and be fairly story-independent of the first certainly doesn't hurt either.
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge -- I already got the PS3 version (I was going to wait, but I didn't want to miss out on the collector's edition goodies), but if the upgrades and new content are significant, I could be convinced to double dip.
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed -- I've heard so many good things about the first one that I may pick this up. Of course, if they put Bayonetta or Jeanne in as playable characters, then I'm day one sold.
ZombiU -- I adore the concept of this, but it goes back to the fact that I'm not keen on FPS games. Again, I'll wait and see.
Also, to cover my bases, I don't want Lego City because I've tried three different Lego games and hated them all; I've already got Batman on the PS3 and the additions I've seen don't seem like enough of a reason to get it on the Wii U; and I just don't care about the entire Mass Effect series, let alone jumping in at the poorly-received third entry.