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Wii U Overview Video Shows Plenty Of Close Ups Of The Console And GamePad

The official Nintendo magazine has managed to get some exclusive hands-on time with Nintendo’s forthcoming console, Wii U. The publication gives a competent overview of the console and its unique controller, the Wii U GamePad. The Wii U overview video allows you to see exactly how the Wii U console compares in size to Nintendo 3DS XL, Wii and GameCube.

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    1. That stopped being funny, humorous, or even worthy of congratulations as soon as it became mainstream. Plus, it’s just downright annoying now :/

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  1. So really Nintendo Official Magazine are the first people to get the system… must be why I can hear Tri-force Johnson crying

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    1. There is always one to complain. F$#@%#$%@#$%#$% THIS ALWAYS HAPPENS!!!

      That is a good point. but the back is the least important…you wont see it that much….so never shall u see it.

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      1. Bad Anubis, bad. How dare you? Your question is a cardinal sin, and you must now be put in the Iron Maiden! Mwahaha!

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      1. If it has triangular screws like the Wii did, then fuck that!
        The last Wii I opened, I used a soldering iron and blow torch… I fixed it by the way, but it wasn’t pretty.
        For $3, I could have just bought the damn screwdriver… D:

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  2. That console looks more beautiful everytime I see it. The GamePad is as long as the Wii U itself. Wow. I’ve heard people say it’s a big controller, but it’s very light. Even lighter than the wireless XBox 360 controller. It should be easy for anyone to handle.

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      1. The gamepad practically is the pipboy .___. Id contemplate straping it to my arm if i didnt need to use it as a controller

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  3. The Wii U is one sexy beast (especially Deluxe Set model – in black). With so many features and a lot of stuff you won’t find in most consoles, it’s a definite must buy along with a line up of almost 50 games at launch and in the launch window. I’m looking forward to playing the U after the launch.

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    1. Every time someone uses that “Stahp” crap, I have this insane urge to tear a house down with combustible lemons.

      I’m a member of the “Save the vowels” movement. Sue me.XD

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  4. That was delightfully British…. Just under three weeks for us fat Americans! Well, I’m not fat, but most are.

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  5. I was waiting for the money shot nice big salty load all over that lag free sexy man controller sleek black big and salty just how I like them

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    1. Quite a post here Lars. I did like the information on using the Design Binder. It is shmntoieg that I tend to pass over just like the design library. I am going to request that our IT department Whitelist your blog so I can your blog at work. Now time to cut and paste your post of wisdom into my TiddlyWiki for reference. Thanks Lars, JRU_1962

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  6. MAN I hate glossy black. It looks fine on pictures and presentations, but using anything in black gloss at home is only fun for 5 minutes. Then it get’s disgusting, smudgy smeary and plain fugly. I won’t touch the Wii U as long as Nintendo won’t release a white or other color option with enough space on it.

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    1. I dont really see the problem, my 3DS is a gloss black, and i never see smudge marks…
      Then again, my hands are pretty much always dry, and rough so i dont leave smudges or anything.

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  7. Pre-ordered 2 of these bad boys, one for me, one for the gf, she hates games and can’t stand them, but it’s really the most selfish Xmas present i’ll ever get her, a month early. Can’t wait. Unless someone can prove to me that the odd finger print or smudge actually plays a role in hardware performance (might be Sony’s excuse for all the issues with their fat PS3).

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  8. Went and played it at a demo station today . Rayman legends is good. Tablet is light and sturdy, one of the bets controllers I’ve used. It’s worth buying.

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