- Nope. I like the fact that Wii U distinguishes itself from the other consoles. Focusing on mostly family-friendly fare is a good way to do that -- and it's not as if there will be no M-rated titles, anyway, what with Bayonetta 2 and the like. Ubisoft? Meh. Haven't really cared about their output for a long time.
- Not in the slightest. Don't really care about Pokémon, and I really don't enjoy digital card games as much as their tabletop counterparts. There's something a lot more satisfying about flinging real cards around -- that and having a physical collection.
- Ever since my time working in the press -- and my time with Apple, for that matter -- I've made a point to ignore "leaks". Sometimes they're true, sometimes they're not. It's frustrating waiting for a marketing team to drip-feed information, but I'd rather have accurate information than speculation. So my answer here is "no, but I haven't looked".
- Nope. Fell off the Diablo wagon a long time ago. Bought Reaper of Souls and barely played it, and I'll tell you why: Blizzard's stupid region-locked servers. I beat the original Diablo III on the North American servers and thus would have been able to jump straight into Adventure Mode after clearing just the new Act. Unfortunately, the release of Reaper of Souls coincided with my UK-based friends wanting to play Diablo III again, and all of them wanted to try Adventure Mode. Unfortunately, none of us had even come close to clearing the campaign on UK servers, and thus I was faced with the prospect of having to play the whole damn thing through again, which I really didn't want to do. (This is also why I've never got into Hearthstone; the people I might want to play with are split across two different regional server clusters.)
My multiplayer RPG-ing is covered nicely by FFXIV for the immediate and foreseeable future. Totally different style of gameplay, of course, but it appeals to me more than Diablo's hack-and-slash.