Nintendo Wii U
Nintendo is ready to lunch a new Wii entitled Wii U.
Having been officially unveiled at E3 last year, new reports have suggested Japanese gaming giant Nintendo will launch the eagerly awaited Nintendo Wii U on November 18th but as of yet nothing has been confirmed.
Some of the Nintendo Wii U Features
Like the one before it, the Nintendo Wii U is as much about the controller as it is the console. Boasting an inbuilt 6.2-inch touchscreen the controller can be used either to display HUD info, for mini-games using the motion control (spinning it round you to aim in shooting games, for example), or simply to mirror what’s going onscreen in real time.
Around that is a compliment of full, modern controls: a pair of thumbsticks, four action buttons and four rear triggers (two L and two R).
Away from the controller and the next-gen console is to up its gaming level with the introduction of a 1080p HD gaming and internal flash memory that’s upgradable via SD or USB. With downloadable content to be made available through an online store the Wii U is to be backwards compatible with both Wii games and controllers which will be a good look for gamers everywhere.
Check out the videos below to get a look at what you will be in for soon.
Nintendo Wii U Trailer (E3 2011)
New Super Mario Bros Mii (Wii U) – E3 2011: Hands On Demo
Wii U Battle Mii – E3 2011: Hands On Demo
IGN Daily Fix: Assassin’s Creed 3 & Darksiders 2 on Wii U? – IGN Daily Fix 03.26.12