Overall, Pier Solar is just an average JRPG at best. Perhaps some of its novelty was lost due to it being a downloadable title rather than an actual, physical Sega Genesis cartridge. It's really hard to recommend unless you're absolutely starved for an RPG on the Wii U.
KickBeat is a game I could've enjoyed a lot more if the soundtrack had more varying genres. It feels like a game stuck in 2002 (complete with a reference to the Verizon Wireless "Can you hear me now?" ad campaign), especially from a gameplay standpoint. While there's nothing fundamentally wrong with the game, nothing really makes it special either. It's just a very basic rhythm game with a very specific style of music. I can only recommend this game if it's your… Last Resort.
Even with its frustrating parts, I still enjoyed my time with Teslagrad immensely. If you're hungry for a moody, isolation-themed platformer on the Wii U, this is definitely the cream of the crop. Teslagrad may have been a long time coming on Wii U, but it was worth the wait.
Even if the production values aren't that great, there's a lot to love about CastleStorm. The addictive gameplay coupled with the charming visual style and characters make it not only a must-play for Wii U owners, but a must-play for anyone who's never been introduced to the Tower Defense genre of video games. This castle will take them by storm.