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Nintendo did it again… finally!

Yesterday, Nintendo revealed their new game console, called the Wii U,
to the public on the E3 in Los Angeles.
 
What will come to us looks outrageously promising:

A FullHD-capable (yep, you read right: Full 1920x1080p !!!) game console with astonishing graphics, small as it’s very successful predecessor, the Wii, with a somewhat out-of-the-future controller-pad.

It is expected, that the console will hit stores in early 2012, however I don’t put up my hopes too high that it will come out in the near future.
Besides would it be great if the console would hit stores before christmas shopping time as it is (after more than 4 years) the most awaited follow-up to the original Wii.

What is really cool and not a cheap copycat to microsoft’s Kinect or Sony’s Move, is the Gamepad what really earns it’s name now(!).
Content of the Wii U base unit is streamed directly to the controller and thus you can play games on the controller if other ppl want to watch something on TV!
So no more bickering about a blocked TV. If daddy wants to watch a football game, junior may still play his favourite game!
Another cool feature is that games in conjuction with the pad can now make use of four possible positioning techniques.

These are: Front camera, rear camera, movement sensor, acceleration sensor
You may say: hey, saw this at MS and Sony also! Right but in Nintendo’s solution, makes intensive use of the camera faced to you and regarding your movements with your head while simultaneously recording the surrounding or the TV screen with the rear camera.

The rest is assisted by the gyromotional sensors that record and forward all movement impacted to the controller unit.
But believe me: You really don’t wanna smash that biggie (8 inches at last!) into your very expensive TV set.
I think, the TV owner might not be too happy about that. I still wonder how Nintendo will solve the accidental “come-loose”-problem that is the cause for many TV damages and personal injuries! I myself did not yet face any of these problems using the Wii but I think, such a WiiMote might hurt really well if it gets into your face!

Another fact is that Nintendo has already about 80 titles in the pipe to be released.
Screenshots of the upcoming Zelda title are just looking gorgeous and much-promising!

So cram every penny you have and save for the console when it hits stores in 2012!
I expect the console to be sold out instantly when it becomes available!

I, myself am very thrilled and am awaiting Nintendo’s new baby that is about to spank Sony’s and Microsoft’s ass! ;)
(sorry for my pottymouth but it had to be said :D )

Here’s a picture of the cool new console:

Wii U and controller unit

Wii U and controller unit

Yesterday, Nintendo revealed their new game console, called the Wii U, to the public on the E3 in Los Angeles.

What will come to us looks outrageously promising:

A fullHD-capable game console with astonishing graphics, small as it’s very successful predecessor, the Wii, with a somewhat out-of-the-future controller-pad.
It is expected, that the console will hit stores in early 2012, however I don’t put up my hopes too high that it will come out in the near future.
Besides would it be great if the console would hit stores before christmas shopping time as it is (after more than 4 years) the most awaited follow-up to the
original Wii.

What is really cool and not a cheap copycat to microsoft’s Kinect or Sony’s Move, is the Gamepad what really earns it’s name now(!).
Content of the Wii U base unit is streamed directly to the controller and thus you can play games on the controller if other ppl want to watch something on TV!
So no more bickering about a blocked TV. If daddy wants to watch a football game, junior may still play his favourite game!
Another cool feature is that games in conjuction with the pad can now make use of four possible positioning techniques. These are:
Front/rear camera, movement, acceleration
You may say: hey, saw this at MS and Sony also! Right but in Nintendo’s solution, makes intensive use of the camera faced
to you and regarding your movements with your head while simultaneously recording the surrounding or the TV screen with
the rear camera. The rest is assisted by the gyromotional sensors that record and forward all movement impacted to the
controller unit. But believe me: You really don’t wanna smash that biggie (8 inches at last!) into your very expensive TV set.
I think, the TV owner might not be too happy about that. I still wonder how Nintendo will solve the accidental “come-loose”-problem
that is the cause for many TV damages and personal injuries! I myself did not yet face any of these problems using the Wii
but I think, such a WiiMote might hurt really well if it gets into your face!

Another fact is that Nintendo has already about 80 titles in the pipe to be released. Screenshots of the upcoming Zelda title are
just looking gorgeous and much-promising!

So cram every penny you have and save for the console when it hits stores in 2012!

I, myself am very thrilled and am awaiting Nintendo’s new baby that is about to spank Sony’s and Microsoft’s ass! ;)
(sorry for the pottymouth but it had to be said :D )

Here’s a picture of the cool console:


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