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Free Games Friday
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Netflix Movie Night
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Galaxy Trucker on Android, Geometry Wars 3 on iOS and more.
Periscope on Android, Battle of Gods: Ascension on iOS and more.
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We’ve been playing the same old Wii since 2006, which makes the calls for Nintendo to create a new Wii – Wii HD! Wii 2? Wii-As-Powerful-As-The-Xbox-360!?! – about… four years old. As recently as last November, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime was telling Kotaku that it wasn’t time to talk about a new Wii yet.
The announcement last week that AT&T will be the exclusive 3G provider for the hot new PlayStation Vita did not go down well.
This morning, Nintendo showed off a highlight reel of third-party games supposedly running on its new Wii U console. They looked great. Turns out that footage wasn’t running on anything of the sort.
It looks like the product of a fevered fanboy wetdream. A 6.2-inch touchscreen, surrounded by dual analogue sticks and oodles of buttons. Like the portable hardcore gamers wish Nintendo made. But it’s the most incredible controller ever.
This is only a test. A test to show off what kind of HD graphics the Wii U can produce. It is also a test to show off how lovely the game can look even if you’re playing it just on your controller. I’d love to show you the HD version of this video, but, for now, enjoy this.