At the Electronic Entertainment Expo show in Los Angeles, Nintendo has revealed the snazziest piece of new gaming hardware the show has to offer. Powering up the Wii to high definition levels and introducing a game changing controller that provides an alternate view for each gaming experience. The Wii U and new touch-screen based controller may silence the Nintendo nay-says.
The Wii 2, Wii2, Wii II, Wii HD, Wiiii or something else entirelii, the world has waited impatiently for a successor to Nintendo's ground-breaking motion-sensing sensation, especially now its two major competitors have finally joined the motion sensing bandwagon.
Internet rumours are starting to take form that Nintendo is poised to announce a successor console to the fabulously popular Wii. Supposedly the reveal will come at this year's E3 show in June. The Wii HD, or Wii 2 (or WiiWii) or whatever the new console will be named, the rumours have Nintendo 'doing this one right.' Does Nintendo really need to take on Microsoft and Sony at the tech level?
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