Nintendo's new controller has been revealed, a touchscreen-based device that works with all-new, high-definition hardware. This is our first official look at Wii U.
The Xbox 360 launched in 2005. The Wii and the PS3 hit in 2006. It's the middle of 2010. Shouldn't we be getting ready for new consoles?
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime shrugs off talk of a new version of or successor to the company's incredibly popular Wii, saying that the console still has a "very long life in front of it."
Speaking on GameTrailers TV, Nintendo of America's Reggie Fils-Aime has, with a smile and some stern words, crushed into tiny, tiny pieces the prospect of a HD revision of the Wii.
When will Nintendo join us in enjoying the clarity of high-definition? While it's had impressive, money-printing success with the Wii, twice as powerful as any GameCube, it's going to have to step things up graphically at some point. Right?