Nintendo allows journalists to play with a prototype of its future console
At the E3 show we were already privileged to see the kind of Nintendo's new console, the Wii U, which is a kind of upgraded version of the Wii console that is supposed to technically align with Consoles
The current generation. Of course Nintendo can not do without gimmicks and it also offers a huge size control controller that will accompany the console.
Journalists were given the opportunity play
In 2 games you will hardly want the 6.2-inch built-in screen on the accompanying remote. It turns out that its main use is to allow them to play games in which, for example, the hide-and-seek game that Nintendo allowed them to play. One of the actors, the one who hid, "played on the screen on his controller, while the other four participants shared the TV screen. Thus, they could not know where the fifth actor was hiding.
The general idea is nice, though Nintendo Wii
You'll have to find much more entertaining games than hide-and-seek in order to convince us of the usefulness of this tablet-controller game.
The second demo is a panorama mode, where the TV screen displays one image and you can look around by moving the controller around the same point of view displayed on the screen. There was no game here but just a technological demonstration, so we still do not know how this option will be integrated into the games.
The third and final demonstration focused on the more powerful hardware display of the upgraded console rather than the motion controller. The demo included what looked like the next Zelda game that featured particularly impressive visuals in full high definition (1080p), with the demo allowing interaction with camera angles and lighting effects, to emphasize that these are real-time calculations and not a pre-made video.
Nintendo emphasizes that none of the games are necessarily a game Wii
U future and that the Zelda game is not necessarily a real game. In addition, the company noted that this is not the final hardware specification and is expected to change.
You can watch the demonstrations for yourself in the attached video.