Nintendo’s predictably unconventional Wii U already shows more promise than the Wii did in 2006 — a radically more powerful, high-definition Wii with a second screen that floats around your living room and lets you interact with other players or the TV itself in fascinating, often unprecedented ways. While the system’s online features feel a little rough around the edges, as a dedicated gaming box, it’s the most promising thing to come along since the original Wii. Assuming third-party developers can match Nintendo’s skill utilizing the second screen, the Wii U has a lock on the future of big-idea gaming.
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