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Wii U Release Date 2012: 'Twice As Powerful As The Xbox 360' And Other Specs

Nintendo is attempting to revolutionize the gaming experience with the Wii U. Its predecessor, the Wii, was the first system to feature an external tablet as a controller, and now the console company is stepping it up a notch. The Wii U’s controller will feature a 6.2 inch touch screen display, and can easily be mistaken for a portable device. This adds an additional screen to the gaming experience, opening opportunities for new gameplay techniques.

EA: We love Wii U

Back in June, everyone was talking about the Wii U, Nintendo’s first video game console with high-definition graphics unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles.

Netflix Comes to Nintendo 3DS

Netflix has hit the Nintendo 3DS eShop with a free app that will eventually allow users to watch 3D movies without specialized glasses. The announcement comes amid a period of bad press for the movie service as it increased its prices by separating the previously combined cost of movie streaming and DVD rental.

What you need to know about Wii U

Video game maker Nintendo unveiled its new Wii U this week, again focusing its innovations on the way gamers interact with games as it vies to maintain its lead on Sony and Microsoft.

Nintendo president puzzled by investor reaction to Wii U

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata said he was surprised at the tumble in the company's share price following the unveiling of a successor to its smash hit Wii games console, adding that the new gadget had to be played to be understood.

Wii U: Nintendo President Says Inviting to All Kinds of Gamers

The experience enabled by Wii U and the new controller takes players deeper into their games, while reaching out wider than ever before to be inviting to all kinds of gamers, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata said while introducing Wii U, the successor of its worldwide mega-hit video game console.

Nintendo Reveals 'Wii U' at E3

Nintendo, a multinational corporation located in Kyoto, Japan, has unveiled its new videogame console, which is called Wii U, at the E3 trade show in Los Angeles.