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Wii U Part #2

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So I had the opportunity to play with the brand new Wii U and I gotta say I really enjoyed it. I was very happy to see some of the game titles that are being (or are already) released. Very big names like Assassin Creed 3 and Mass Effect 3. Now here is where things get awesome. The Wii U controller has a full HD 6.2 inch touchscreen that can be used to play games like the tittles listed above and a very large list to come.
Wii U Console
Some other good news, you can still use all of your old Wii nun-chucks or you can play with the Wii U pad. Either way, Nintendo has thought of everything. If playing in two player mode, your partner and you are playing two different levels in the game. The nun-chucks are moving one way on the screen while the player using the pad has to use the screen to see or move in other ways. From my eyes, the screen looked amazing, very clear and very responsive.

Wii U Tear Down

There was also another very cool trick I saw, the six-axis controls you can do with the pad controller. It was the smoothest motion to video I have ever seen. I was kinda sad to see that they didn't put a Blu-Ray player in the console it self but that's okay because there are plenty of other cool features to explore. Over all I say go out andget this console, even if you only play Xbox or PS3. Everyone plays or at one point has  played Mario. Its like playing Mario for the first time all over again. But you gotta be quick, people are already starting to camp out for Black Friday. With the price of $299 for the basic model, they are vanishing from the shelfs.

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