November 20, 2012

The Wii U Will Make or Break Nintendo

JP Mangalindan, Fortune


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Can Nintendo do with the Wii U what it did with the Wii? When Nintendo launched that console in 2006, the oddly named system changed the way millions of players interacted with games with a controller that recognized gestures. This time, Nintendo aims to repeat that success, this time by including a second screen.

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