Nintendo Wii U
Nintendo's confirmed that its new home console will be called Wii U.
The platform holder showed the backwards compatible console at its E3 press conference, complete with touch screen controller.
The Wii U supports HD images wirelessly transmitted between the TV screen and game controller, which has a 6.2 inch in-built screen, which doesn't support HD.
The controller includes two thumb sticks, face buttons, a d-pad, a built-in camera, two trigger buttons on the left and right shoulders, an accelerometer and a microphone.
Supporting video chat, the controller can also be used in conjunction with the Wii Remote, Balance Board and Nun-chuk.
It looks awesome, as ever Nintendo is trying new things, but will it work?
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