One of Entertainment Fuse writers has had a full two weeks with his Wii U and this is what he to say about it:
Not every console launch goes perfect and that is indeed the case with Nintendo’s Wii U. There are already some neat touches with the system so far with Miiverse and the Off TV Play, but the little issues like overscan on certain TVs, load times navigating through the dashboard’s menus, and others eventually become big ones. The Wii U gamepad is a cool controller with its multiple functions as the potential is there for developers to take full advantage of it in the coming months and years. That potential is not there yet with the current launch lineup, but games such as Nintendo Land and ZombiU do show that the Wii U can be something special. Will Nintendo’s new console be able to replicate the success of the Wii phenomenon six years ago? It is still too early to tell, but all it takes is one killer app. Beyond this initial launch lineup, there are only a handful of games worth watching out for that are already announced for the Wii U and hopefully we don’t have to wait too long for Nintendo to announce the next big wave of games for the system. I’m having a good time with the Wii U despite some issues and it has been worth the $350 purchase so far.