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Submitted by Wiiloveit 628d ago | article

Dissecting the First Wii U Commercial

"Before, we merely had glances and glimpses into what was to be a new brand of experiences unique to the Wii U. Now, we're getting awfully close to seeing these take more realistic shape on an international scale. With only a few weeks till launch, Nintendo revealed, several hours ago, the first component in a developing advertising front with the goal of generating hype in what has, quite frankly, been doubted since its reveal. Part of this reaction stems from the lack of concrete translation of their vision to the less-informed audiences they're catering to, which makes this campaign all the more essential to address ongoing concerns and unexplained specs." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Casual games, Culture, Dev, Industry, Lego: City Undercover, New Super Mario Bros. U, Next-Gen, Nintendo, NintendoLand, Sing Party, Wii, Wii U)

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