Although your gaming pulse won’t really turn blasé or watch the clock as a host of peripherals exists to keep you keyed up, but Nintendo seems to have discovered a better way to egg you on even more. Pretty interestingly, the gaming giant has now removed the sheath of its latest Nintendo Wii U GamePad for all those of you who just cannot seem to take their eyes off their gaming world and intuitive graphics.
Designed aesthetically, the stylish game controller comes equipped with a large 6.2-inch touchscreen display that will enable you to seamlessly scroll and swipe through your favorite stuff. The neat-looking, exquisite device, however, catches extra attention for supporting a near-field communications reader that you can play on to benefit from as a television remote.
Though hardware specs are yet to be divulged, but the new controller undeniably looks promising enough to literally transmogrify your interaction with your favorite titles. In fact, the integrated NFC technology will make a lot of things simpler by reading and writing data from cards and figures. What’s more, gamers will be enabled to sense movement with gyro and motion sensors.
So whether you are an amateur at exploring those hidden objectives or pretty versed with where and how to slash down your game rivals, the amazing Wii U GamePad brings forth a better, smoother and faster gaming experience. However not to slip by, users will also get two click-type elements instead of those 3DS-type circle pads – which summarizes as ‘an intriguing fusion of Mii and universe’.
At the same time, for those of you who prefer indulging in a traditional gaming experience, the company has revealed their new Wii U Pro controller as well. Outlined quite a lot like Microsoft’s Xbox 360, the peripheral incorporates Nintendo feature buttons and a couple of joysticks.
But coming to the availability and pricing for Nintendo’s brand new Wii U GamePad, ‘mum’ is the word for now. So, let’s just hang onto our hats for the maker to shed some more light.