The Nintendo Wii U has not been getting much shine since it’s recent release and it has us wondering if consumers even know what it is capable of. Nintendo has yet to market their console this generation, thus far not letting the majority of consumers know how remarkable and convenient it’s features are.
While each major console manufacturer does an outstanding job of bringing new and technically advanced features to their consoles, Nintendo has made home entertainment convenient and a blast especially if you have kids (or are still one on the inside, like myself). The Wii U allows you to use the Wii U game pad to turn on your satellite, program it to your T.V. And use it as a remote.
How many times have our kids lost the remote and we were left helplessly stranded on the couch with our bag of potato chips; not wanting to burn the 3 ½ calories to get up and change the channel? It happens all the time in couch potato land. But that’s not all, with the introduction of NFC (near functioning communication), if implemented by game developers, we will be allowed to scan an object into the Wii U game pad such as an action figure, and have it as a playable character in any game. So Nintendo manufactured toys with these implanted chips may be on the horizon.
To make it even more convenient for consumers that have kids or want to do multiple things at once (play different games or watch TV and play a game) the Wii U-Pad fixes this. While the PS4 will be PS Vita compatible and can stream games, it’s still a separate $300 device. The Wii u pad can be used even when the console is not being used making it easy for the family to watch their favorite T.V. Show while their son or daughter plays a Wii U game elsewhere in the house. The Wii U is a family friendly console just as the Wii was, it’s almost time for Nintendo to show the world what the Wii U is really capable of.Follow RealGamerNewz: Facebook | Twitter | RSS
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