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Submitted by Valay 863d ago | news

A look at the Wii U GamePad’s earliest prototypes

In the latest Iwata Asks, Nintendo’s CEO brought along a couple of never-before-seen Wii U GamePad prototypes. (Wii U)

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MariaHelFutura  +   863d ago
Well. I think everyone can agree, it`s a good thing they didn't go w/ either of those.
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Akuma-  +   863d ago
wheres the psp? remote play. just like ps eye was the inspiration for wiimote.
BlackWolf  +   863d ago
Go home, Akuma. You're drunk.
majiebeast  +   863d ago
Looks like they taped a gps navigation system to a wii mote, somebody must have smoked some pretty good stuff when pitching this prototype.
gamern4g  +   863d ago
Nicely done.
AWBrawler  +   863d ago
I cant see them. They won't. Load the pix for me

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