Nintendo Fails to Showoff Wii U Potential at E3 2012.
Nintendo was the first of the big three to unveil a new console, and gamers have been waiting for months to catch any glimpse of the Wii U. After a year of waiting Nintendo has finally debuted the Wii U to the world.
Pikmin 3 was the only Wii U title to utilize the Wii U Gamepad effectively.
Sadly, Nintendo blew it pretty hard at E3 2012. Pikmin 3 was the only title even worth mentioning at Nintendo’s press conference Tuesday morning, and it was the only title that was properly shown. Being able to locate and control your Pikmin, in real time, with the tablet effectively enhances the game play, and it was the only title shown by Nintendo that actually seemed to be improved upon, as a result of the Wii U Gamepad.
Nintendo created confusion with the Wii U, leaving gamers wanting much more.
Nintendo is launching the Wii U this holiday and it is apparent that Nintendo is not ready. Reggie Fils-Aime, President and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America, got on stage and said that E3 2012 was all about the games that are coming to the Wii U. The problem is that good titles, such asPikmin 3, were overshadowed by games like Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition, and NintendoLand. Nintendo failed demonstrate titles like Zombi U or Project P100, both which are new and utilize the Wii U Gamepad in great ways