Hmm...they were showing it off with Nunchuk controls earlier this year, so what makes you use that as your 2 screen experience example?
BlueRangerVegeta wrote:It seems like a really useless feature to me. I am surprised at how well received it has been. It just seems like such a useless feature because everyone has multiple tvs these days myself included. Even if we didnt this s what handhelds like 3Ds and Vita are for. I tried it with Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and just found myself missing the TV screen and touchscreen combo move buttons.
robometal cowboy wrote:Such a simple feature...such an interesting idea. Something we haven't seen any other console out there provide.
stoopeed wrote:It's easy to see that this will be an endless (and pointless) discussion over the next 5 years:
When a game enables Gamepad-only play, people will complain about the unoriginal use of the pad.
When it uses the Gamepad cleverly, other people will complain about the lack of Gamepad-only play.
I'm gonna have to disagree with the whole SD thing.
I hooked up the Wii U to my parents' old tube TV (thank God they're upgrading to HD this Christmas) and looking at the TV screen and back to the GamePad screen showed an incredibly noticeable difference. When I looked at the GamePad it was like a veil of blur was lifted from what I saw displayed on the SD TV. And it looked absolutely gorgeous and as if it was HD already. Maybe it doesn't show when compared to an HDTV, but it's DEFINITELY not SD.
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