On November 20, Star Fox Zero, as well as the Falco amiibo and Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, will hit store shelves. Meanwhile, the 3DS exclusive Yo-Kai Watch will be available two weeks earlier, on November 6.
Before then, handheld gamers will have The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes to tide them over when it releases on October 23.
Japanese role-playing fans will have to remain patient until December 4 before they can play Xenoblade Chronicles X, which will be followed by Devil's Third a week later on December 11. Fortunately, those who enjoy horror will be able to dive into Fatal Frame: Maiden of the Black Water on October 22, where it will be available as a Wii U eShop exclusive.
Sadly, we still don't have firm release dates for two other upcoming Wii U games: Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival and Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash. Both are set to release later this year, and Mario Tennis is slated for November 20 in Europe, but there's no confirmed date for either in North America. Hopefully we hear more about this pair or console exclusives in the near future.