A lot of gamers are talking about the Wii U as a console that is going to revolutionize the video game industry, with analysts predicting it will break even in five years.
However, it’s going to be a console in its own right, not just a new gaming platform.
A lot of people have been comparing the Wii to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but this comparison is not fair.
The Wii U’s specs are vastly superior to those of those platforms, and the console will be able to support many of the features that are on the PS4 and Xbox 360.
The Wii U will also be able use its own power-hungry Wii Remote, which is currently limited to use on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The new controller also comes with a more robust charging system, which will be similar to the Xbox 360’s system.
The Wii will also feature a 3D Blu-ray player, along with the ability to play some of the Wii’s most popular games.
The console will also come with support for wireless gaming, with a system that will allow for voice chat, but will only be supported by third-party apps.
Nintendo is also looking to expand its software lineup, which includes the game Pokémon Go.
The upcoming augmented reality game will bring players into the world of Pokémon by placing them in a virtual Pokémon World.
The new Wii U system will also allow for some of Nintendo’s upcoming games, such as Mario Kart 8 and Splatoon, to be played on the console.
Nintendo is currently offering two versions of the system: the standard Wii U, which costs $199, and a new, slightly cheaper model for $249.
The system is slated to launch this fall in the US, and in Europe on September 29.