Wii U GamePad is not tablet anymore It’s a two-screen experience
President Reggie Fils-Aime of Nintendo America says the Wii U GamePad is not a tablet; Wii U delivers a two-screen experience, thanks to its controller. Instead of calling it a tablet, Fils-Aime refers to the Wii U GamePad as a controller with a built in screen that allows Nintendo to create multiplayer games that provide different experiences for players. The Wii U GamePad can seemingly “do a lot of things that a tablet can’t do.”
The Wii U is basically a tablet. Is that Nintendo’s answer to the competitive mobile market?
“The Wii U is not a tablet. It’s a two-screen experience. And so you have this unique GamePad that gives you a different way to have a gaming experience. We’ve got a range of different examples that we can show you. It’s everything from the three of us can be playing the game, and I’m using the GamePad…
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