Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller – Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

By - June 4th, 2012

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller   Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

Last night, in an unassuming conference room in http://nintendo.com” target=”_blank”>Nintendo‘s headquarters in Japan, company president Satoru Iwata introduced to the world the final version of the tablet-like Wii U Controller in a Pre-E3 2012 Press Conference. Iwata went into deep detail regarding the device’s specifications and the inspiration behind its design in a presentation that lasted roughly 30 minutes. But, not to worry, we have the facts you need right here. First, the GamePad features dual sticks, a touch screen that also supports stylus interaction, motion and gyroscope sensors, and the ability to act as a TV remote. The Wii U GamePad also has its own dedicated web browser and can share images and video to a TV so that everyone can enjoy the shared content. The interconnectedness of the Wii U experience extends with its own Twitter-like social network and video chat supported through the hand-held device along with the Mii’s of family, friends, and others in your area and the games they’re playing. In other words, Nintendo is joining the push to making gaming a social event and not just a one-man show. There are no details on Wii U’s price or availability as of yet, but that’s information that will likely be revealed at Nintendo’s http://e3expo.com/” target=”_blank”>E3 press conference tomorrow morning. Check it out after the jump.

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller   Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller   Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller   Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller   Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad Controller   Pre E3 2012 Press Conference | Video

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