Here’s the story we ran on Nintendo’s next console in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin and The Sun. Stay tuned for more stuff and commentary on E3.
OS ANGELES – Nintendo revealed its forthcoming “Wii U” console Tuesday at E3, the gaming industry’s annual convention.
The new video-game system – set for release in 2012 – features a
touchscreen built into its controller and at first glance, appears to
represent yet another step in the company’s efforts to transform the way
its customers use its products.
“It can change the way you play games and change the way you
interact with family and friends,” Nintendo of America president Reggie
Fils-Aime said during his company’s presentation at Nokia Theater.