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Submitted by CGMagazine 658d ago | review

CGM Wii U Hardware Review

It took a surprisingly long time compared to past console generations, but after six years, the seventh console generation has come to a close.

Nintendo ushered in the eighth generation with the Wii U, and we’re not just getting a more powerful console, we’re getting a new way to interface with our games. The most interesting aspect of this new debut is one of legacy. The Wii was initially looked at by pundits as a potentially embarrassing misstep that put Nintendo out of the running as a popular console with gamers. They were half right, as millions of gamers sneered, and tens of millions of casual gamers bought the machine at a level the traditional audience could never match. (Nintendo, Wii U) -

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