A horizontal stand for the Wii U gamepad will be included with Wii Party U when the game launches at the end of the month. The stand will make it easier to play one of the title's mini-games.
Nintendo is releasing a Wii U Family Premium set. And hey, it looks like a bargain.
Forget Mario. Don't worry about Donkey Kong. There are two Wii U games that will shape the console's future, and neither stars one of Nintendo's big mascots.
It might lack the charm of Mario Party, but Wii Party U manages to make good use of the Wii U game pad judging by what I saw on the E3 showfloor today. The mini game above, for instance, asks players to guess why the person holding the game pad made a certain facial expression on-camera.
Nintendo announced during their E3 Direct presentation today that they are currently developing Wii Party U, a party game collection featuring a whopping 80 brand new party games, including ones that specifically use the Wii U GamePad in unique ways to enhance gameplay. Wii Party U is coming out later this year.