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Submitted by chromeish 1019d ago | review

Wii U Review | The Controller Online

Scott from The Controller Online writes: "Nintendo have never been the kind of company that does what people think they should be doing. Whether it was sticking with cartridges while the rest of the industry was moving to discs, or favoring a lower price point instead of High Definition graphics, they never seem to be that concerned with what the other consoles were doing. When they come up with a plan, for better or worse, they’re going to stick to it. The Wii U, at first glance, seems to be following this pattern by sticking a six inch LCD screen right in the middle of the controller. However, once you get your hands on the Wii U, you’ll see that Nintendo have left plenty of room for mainstream gaming experiences in and around all of the cool new stuff they’re doing." (Nintendo, Wii U) -

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