After watching the video, I'm interested in the Wii U's gyro control.
Well, bruther, Though the Wii U looks pretty cool pal, I'm still not convinced. Wii U is just no Xbox and PS3 dude. They're still using the cheesy mii's like in the Original Wii dude. The just added tweet updates I guess bruther. I bet you will have to buy the wii u Gamepad separately dude. It's basically like another gamboy bruther. Just an advanced one pal. If the DSi cost 160 to 200 bucks pal. I couldn't imagine what the controller or gamepad alone cost bruther. Plus All nintendo have are Mario dude, Smash brothers pal, Donkey Kong bruther and Zelda dude. Though I love those games bruther it's just not a big enough library for me to buy a Wii U dude.
Hm, I'm pretty excited for the Wii U. Looks like it might be fully functional for once. About time.
I have to see what the price is first bruther. If it's past $230 dude then I'll pass.
The analog and ABXY button flip looks so cumbersome. They claim it's an option for third party games, but considering how much MORE cumbersome it would be to try to play Assassin's Creed on a tablet or Wiimote, it almost seems like a necessity
I'm looking forward to the day Nintendo consoles go the way of the Sega and they finally start developing their IPs for Microsoft and Sony (and Valve, assuming their console rumor is a real thing). A proper Metroid on The Next Xbox would be mm-mm-mm-mm-mm, toasty - I really feel like Samus has been held back the most on Nintendo consoles over any of their other IPs
Generally, as much of a Nintendo GAME fanboy I am, I'm quite tired of first party games getting bound and restricted by the consoles' quote unquote innovation
Face it bro, my divinity is unassailable
I'm just glad they're planning everything at once. I remember the Wii was just sorta (here's a new controller, we don't care if it doesn't work well with hardcore gamers) and then they released some last-minute extra controllers (which I appreciate) for people who really wanted to play with their hands. These controllers were flimsy, badly designed, and had no rumble. So it's good to see that they're taking care of all their business now rather than later.