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Wii U unveiling

I was very surprised at this years E3. I wasn't too crazy about Sony and Microsoft's conferences, and I didn't think the Nintendo one would be any better. I was shocked at the new console, Wii U.

I had heard about a new console that "used a touch-screen tablet" previously. Honestly, I wasn't too thrilled. But when I saw the HD graphics, touch capabilities, Wii remote compatibility, and the ability to play without the TV, I was amazed! The title seemed kind of strange at first, but is really just like the DSi. The unveiling of this new console easily made the Nintendo conference the best of E3!

The Wii U is supposed to come out 2012, hopefully early. I'm hoping that the console will be cheap like the Wii, because systems like the Playstation 3 are awesome, but aren't that affordable.

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