The Wii U controller was made public at last year’s E3 and it will function as an extension for games through the touchscreen, but additionally will act as a tablet device that works as a companion for your television.
Some of the tablet’s features displayed during the video include the ability to use it as a full-featured universal remote. It can also function as a portal to Nintendo’s own social network, Miiverse, which will also be accesible online. Video chat features demonstrated that showcased how players could call each other across Nintendo’s network.
Additional information will undoubtedly be made available during Nintendo’s presentation on Tuesday morning at E3. [24x7]
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