Nintendo Wii U

Written by on January 27, 2013 in Gaming - 1 Comment

Nintendo launched the first Wii before eight years and this game console showed the world what is gaming actually. Every console of Nintendo is so user friendly so that from young to very old people can take it and play without any guidance. The latest Nintendo Wii U looks same as the previous Wii but it is softer and lengthy now.

On the front of the device there is a slot for loading disc, power, eject, and sync buttons. There is a cover which closes the two USB ports and a SD card slot. On the back of the device there is a slot for power and for the first time a HDMI slot is built and there is also two more USB ports and a sensor bar connector port and AV port.

The Nintendo Wii U has a very nice design with smooth rounded edges. The game pad is awesome and it is not similar to any other consoles because it has its own screen at the center  This console comes with the Sega Dreamcast controller with a VMU. Wii u comes in two colours, white and black which is default.

Specifiations:
  • IBM multicore processor.
  • AMD radeon GPU.
  • Full HD 1080p output.
  • Built-in 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi.


Wii u is having the ability to play DVDs and even Blu-ray discs. This newer user interface is looking similar to the older Wii and so it is very easy to find the functionalities but the system settings is loading slow. Getting advanced you can play the games fully on the gamepad so that the TV screen is made free for other users. This Nintendo Wii u is something different form the older Wii you can throw a bowling ball with Wii remote but it makes us confusing which screen we have to use at that time.



This device supports LAN multiplayer and Co-op games and you can play up to five players at the same instant. There are different types of games for different types of gamers super Mario bros is a universal game which everyone likes and Nintendo land is a fun and cool game. Call of duty black ops 2 and batman arkham city are the games for the hardcore gamers. Battery life is up to 4 hours and it is great if you need to play a game for very long time.

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One Comment on "Nintendo Wii U"

  1. WOW Leveling Guide April 7, 2013 at 10:31 am · Reply

    Very smart looking! I like to know that what’s the difference between the nintendo wii and the nintendo revolution? People keep calling the nintendo revolution the nintendo wii so I was just wondering!

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