Wii Sports designer Katsuya Eguchi, has confessed to Edge that Nintendo has some huge challenges ahead to convince people Wii U offers something unique. Eguchi believes Wii U will offer experiences that other consoles such as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 don’t already offer consumers.
“You’re absolutely right, those are just some of the huge challenges ahead of us – getting people to really understand what Wii U can offer.”
“We have some experiences here right now – with Chase Mii and ‘shield Pose’ – and we have a great opportunity to give people time to play the games, so we’ll take advantages of expos, conferences and in-store demos.”
“But we really want people to understand how the TV screen and controller screen interact and how that changes the experience. And we’ve come up with a variety of uses. But you’re right, we can’t explain them all, and I don’t even think we’ve thought of them all. I’m sure there are many uses that haven’t been thought of yet.”