I recently wrote an article published on toy-tma.com about my thoughts about the new Wii U, from a fanboy’s perspective. I am really happy with it. Maybe it will convince you to go out and buy a Wii U right now!
My favorite excerpts are:
But I ended up trading that Nintendo 64 and all of my games for a Sony Playstation at the very same game store in which I had originally fallen in love with it. The Sony Playstation offered more mature games like Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy. (Later in life, of course, I regretted parting with my Nintendo 64, and I’ve since worked to rebuild my collection.)
But that brings us today – the Wii U about to launch. Wii U is a horrible name, by the way. I wasn’t as disappointed by the Wii name as some were back in 2006. I would have preferred Nintendo Revolution. (Of course, that name would just be painful to swallow now.) But this new name is just downright confusing. Is it a Wii? Yes… but no. It still works with all our wiggle waggle wiimotes, but they are launching traditional controls that look awfully similar to another famous controller.
You can read the full article here: http://www.toy-tma.com/toys/wii-u-nintendo-fanboy-retrospective/