The streaming video service designed its Wii U app before it had a Wii U.
A Best Buy Canada front page ad let the cat out of the bag before Nintendo had a chance to: Following its (by all accounts) successful launch of the Wii U, Nintendo says it’ll launch a pint-sized version of the plain-vanilla Wii.
The Wii U shipped missing most of its online functionality — here’s a list of stuff to bear in mind, in case you’re hoping to nab a Wii U today (Black Friday) or in the near future.
For all the racket about the Wii U being sold out, it really happened months ago, when stores ran through their preorder allotment. A few held stock back for the launch, and maybe you even snatched something from that handful. If …
Nintendo waited to roll out the Wii U’s online features until launch day. I’ve already praised the two-screen gaming approach, so how does the online angle measure up?
The Wii U introduces the world to second-screen gaming, and reminds us why Nintendo wouldn’t be Nintendo without its focus on how we play, as much as what we play.
The Wii U’s ambitious TV service won’t show up when the console hits stores this weekend.
I’ve had a Wii U for the past week, and while I’m not allowed to tell you what I think about the system overall until Sunday, I’ve pulled together a list of points worth considering before you pull the trigger.
It looks like the Wii U may be sold out, which means it’s time to put on black and go into mourning. Gnash your teeth. Wail. Shrug if you couldn’t care less. Or pay embarrassing amounts of money to have one, day one.
The Wii U, which arrived last week then merged with my entertainment center like the Spider-Man symbiote, is doing something unexpected: teaching me how to feed my own visual cortex using cues from multiple sources.
The Wii U launches in just two months on Nov. 18, once again pitting Nintendo’s ability to create enthralling, never-before-seen gameplay against the less intrepid, core-focused muscularity of competitors like Microsoft and Sony. …