Skewed and Reviewed have posted an opinion piece on how someone who was very skeptical of the Wii U by Nintendo was won over by the unit.
Am still not convinced, I will most likely be using the pro controller.
what's the point in you buying a wii u if your not going to embrace the game pad your better off sticking with or buying a console with traditional imput if that's the case (ps3 or crappy Xbox). the Wii u is all about the gamepad and dual screen/asymmetrical gameplay it like buying a toaster but you don't eat toast its pointless.
The Nintendo games, that's the point.
buy a nintendo wii u, then a pro controller and an external hdd. This will be an expensive launch console. I may wait on this one.
Even after reading it, I'm confused. I love Nintendo...and I'm still not picking this thing up at launch. I'm going to wait for other franchises like Metroid or Donkey Kong Country. I was holding out hope for a Wario Ware as good as Smooth Moves, but Frobisher Says is out now...and it's kind of awesome.
It's interesting to see Nintendo fans coming out of the woodwork. Lol. Where were all of you guys from 2006 until now?
Believe me, I went from when it was announced until just after PAX Prime to be sold, but after playing it numerous times it grew on me. My wife said the Nintendo games are like the Wii in that they will be good for entertaining. For me it was Zombieu and their third party exclusives. I agree that the control does take some getting used to. In ZombieU, it was trick getting used to the scope being on the control screen and not the main screen. But, the touch inventory, and way you could integrate the screen into the games was unique, though it will have a learning curve.
Playing Zelda with a standard 360 looking controller is why I going to cry. I will stick to tablet. I wish they make their own control. /((-T
there are haters that even though they know the wiiu seem to be a masterpiece they cannot help but be themselves...it hurts too much to go a different route even for a moment....but nintendo seems to be doing everything right with the wiiu...and with great third party support..the sky is the limit
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