Wii U Makes Big Waves for Gamers
We never want to become complacent with our games. We never want to peak with what we can and can’t do with game play Innovations, Graphics improvements, and storyline twists. If that happened, if designers and engineers simply created something and stopped there, everyone would still be playing Pong in their Living rooms—not to say Pong wasn’t a great game. So, we go from a 2D, heavily pixilated ball to a 2D Side-Scrolling Adventure game, from 2D to 3D, from joysticks to rumble paks. We constantly improve our games, from ripples to waves. And then, the wave crests, looking more big, beautiful, and Bold than ever. That wave just happens to be Nintendo’s Wii U, a gaming wave that promises to bring all of those stranded in an endless sea of unsatisfactory games, to a glorious island, abundant in new characters, bigger Artillery, and a technological sun that one can bask in all day but never burn. Yes, the Wii U.
Not only does the Wii U come with a host of exciting new features—the Wii U controller, full HD Graphics—but it also comes with some fantastic Wii U games. We are going to get a chance to see some old classis revamped, like New Super Mario Bros, as well as some long-awaited sequels and follow-ups like Pikmin 3. With the addition of the touch screen Wii U controller, players can expect to feel a completely new Style of game play, a Style that is completely foreign, but totally satisfying.