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[color=#282828]"My GF on the other hand she thinks the whole thing is to big and can't hold it comfortably."[/color]


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The WiiU tablet too ;p
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I finally got to check out more games on Nintendo land when my brother stopped over. Once again this console shines with multiplayer, just getting to play some of the minigames with 2 or more people really make it enjoyable. So far my experience with the Wii U is only with Mario and Nintendo land. As mentioned plenty of times I dont think the Wii U should be someones only console. I have my 360 for COD and Minecraft, my Wii for homebrew, Wii U for new Mario (Zelda/Mario Kart/etc eventually) and my PS3 for streaming with PS3 Media server.


Edit - Forgot to mention - being able to play Mario on the gamepad while my wife or kid is watching TV is worth its weight in gold.

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I really think Nintendo have messed up with the Wii U, it's all just abit too weird. I'm a Nintendo fan so best of luck to them but think it'll flop

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but you can only play Mario for so long at a time:) but then again, the gamepad only has battery time for so long at a time as well so :p

yeah it's a great additional console, not a great main console.

I really hope they fix the WiiU performance though. Loading times is horrendous, even just starting up the console takes a very long time compared to other consoles. loading a game and the constant level loadings(omg ZombiU might as well be named ZombiLoading), even simple apps like netflix take ages to load, I think it takes long to load on the 360, and it's even worse on the WiiU. luckily games don't need patching often since the patch times is the worst I've experienced.

I fear this may be a limitation of the slow CPU and the slow main memory though, but I hope it's something that can still be optimized with some better back end code from Nintendo, but they don't have much experience with this stuff.

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[quote name='HawkMan' timestamp='1356964011' post='595424758']
but you can only play Mario for so long at a time:) but then again, the gamepad only has battery time for so long at a time as well so :p

yeah it's a great additional console, not a great main console.

I really hope they fix the WiiU performance though. Loading times is horrendous, even just starting up the console takes a very long time compared to other consoles. loading a game and the constant level loadings(omg ZombiU might as well be named ZombiLoading), even simple apps like netflix take ages to load, I think it takes long to load on the 360, and it's even worse on the WiiU. luckily games don't need patching often since the patch times is the worst I've experienced.

I fear this may be a limitation of the slow CPU and the slow main memory though, but I hope it's something that can still be optimized with some better back end code from Nintendo, but they don't have much experience with this stuff.
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Well Nintendo plans on fixing those issue with newer updates but as for the Apps tho Netflix to be fair takes a good time to load on are new Samsung blu-ray player so it could be the App itself in that only case who knows .

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You Samsung player however has a fraction of the computing power and memory of the WiiU.

Smart tv's today are horribly underpowered.

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