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Submitted by Valay 1027d ago | news

Nintendo will probably show some Wii U NFC usage this year

NE: "Satoru Iwata spoke a bit about the Wii U’s NFC feature during the Q&A session of Nintendo’s latest financial results briefing. Iwata noted that there are two ways of taking advantage of the technology." (Wii U)

Christopher  +   1027d ago
Title is a leap in logic, but will be interesting to see what they will do with NFC on the WiiU.
lilbroRx  +   1027d ago
Its Rayman still using it with the toys?
Venox2008  +   1027d ago
no, it was a Ubisoft video to show other devs what gamepad could do, they wanted to do it at first, but changed their mind later
Fel08  +   1027d ago
I always wondered what that thing was for. It looks lie a cool feature if used right.
HG_69   1027d ago | Spam
shackdaddy  +   1027d ago
Integrate nfc with their pokemon cards and make another pokemon TCG game for the wiiu.

Even though Im 21, I would buy the shit outta those cards like I did when I was in Elementary school.

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