Nintendo’s Wii U is out November 18. We’ve had a review unit for a few days, and here’s what’s surprised us the most. The next game console from Nintendo is a strange beast indeed. The controller, called GamePad, has a built-in touch screen. And the system can wirelessly stream its visuals to both the GamePad and the television at the same time. So you can play games in which the player has to alternate between the two screens. Or multiplayer games in which some players look at the TV while others look at the controller. Read the full story at Wired.
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