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Digital Spy: Wii U hands-on with Nintendo's line-up: Mario Bros U, Pikmin 3, more

Nintendo's presence at E3 2012 was focused heavily on the Wii U, from revamped hardware to a first-look at its launch line-up, including a new Super Mario Bros and Wii Fit games, as well as the long-awaited return of Pikmin.

In short, our impressions are very positive. The controller is comfortable and easy to use, and the platform is ripe for interesting ideas for new and existing franchises.

As for the lineup, the bulk of Nintendo's own titles are essentially mini-games - albeit enjoyable ones that excellently showcase the platform - while Super Mario and Pikmin will provide the meat of the launch lineup. (New Super Mario Bros. U, NintendoLand, Pikmin 3, Wii U)

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