Nintendo has finally revealed their next generation console and it is revolutionary, as expected. The system’s controller includes a huge touch 6.2 inch screen display and twin analog sticks. Formerly known as Project Cafe, the Wii U is one of the biggest announcements at E3 this year.
The next-generation in home entertainment sounds so good that it’s almost unbelievable, which is why Nintendo demonstrated the visual prowess of the Wii U with a graphics demo during its press conference.
An updated version of New Super Mario Bros. Mii was shown, but is only a tech demo. The only confirmed 3DS/Wii U cross-platform title was a Smash Bros sequel that will also work in conjunction with both systems. The most satisfying element of this line-up is that finally Nintendo fans will get to play the best hardcore games from the biggest franchises of modern times along with their Sony and Microsoft counterparts.
What do you, fellow gamers, think of Nintendo’s E3 graphics demo? Are you impressed with the company’s next-generation hardware? Are you looking forward to getting your hands on this console? Sound off in the comments below.