Nintendo has liberated not only a new tablet-like controller, but their players too, with the new WiiU 3D DS game pad that allows gamers to play using this controller with HD TV’s and right on the WiiU screen itself. The tablet’s additional screen intensifies, embellishes, and collaborates with the action on the TV screen. Nintendo announced at the E3 gaming trade show its plan to release its new console and the 6.2inch touch screen controller by 2012.
WiiU gives gamers the option of playing with the controller on an HD TV screen or on the controller itself. The controller screen is used simultaneously with the main screen, providing alternate views of the game and the player from different angles. The controller screen amplifies the game by putting the player as if he or she was in the actual setting. It gives the gamer the ability to look around the entire game in 3D by just holding and moving the control in the space of the different angles.
The WiiU also allows players to game anywhere in the house that is somewhat close to the console—without a TV, while someone else is using the TV. It is a 3DS, as well as a 3D DS, with an entire graphical advancement, which can be utilized while the TV is being watched by someone else.
The tablet-like controller consists of a finger-sensitive touch screen, a gyroscopic motion sensor, dual analog pads, a microphone, front and rear facing cameras, a cross-pad, buttons, and trigger buttons on the back.
The new WiiU can only be used with the new console. It is not sold separately, only packaged with the system itself. Keeping the price of this new console and controller down, along with convincing consumers the benefits and achievement of its portability are going to be the crucial factors of its prosperity.