Nintendo Wii U is the eighth-generation home gaming console emphasizing the home aspect to it while disregarding many of the industry standards. It was the first eighth generation out there and while competing with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it simply feels Nintendo keeps up a world of its own. Nintendo games hold an amazing specter of home gaming entertainment including Wii U Pro Controller, GamePad, Wii Remote, Balance Board, Nunchuk, and more!
Nintendo’s Wii U runs a 1.24 GHz Tri-Core IBM PowerPC "Espresso" CPU with 2 GB DDR3 RAM memory and 8 or 32 GB Hard Drive memory while also allowing SD Cards and USB Storage devices. The Wii U is the first Nintendo console to actually support the HD Graphics, through a 550 MHz AMD Radeon Latte card.
As we all know, the Nintendo is all about the cool inventions and the movement, and Wii U console is just about the same. The primary controller is the Wii U GamePad which features a touchscreen used to either supplement the gameplay or enable local multiplayer with no split screen. Interestingly, you can also use the Wii controllers, together with a bunch more available options.
Major Games and eSports
Nintendo is largely focused on local multiplayer as shown by developing many fun and useful accessories throughout its history. With exclusive games such as Super Smash Bros, Super Mario series, Pokkén Tournament, series of sports games, Minecraft, Lego, and many more Wii U definitely appeals to a certain group of console players with exclusive tournaments. The console also has its share of renowned titles, such as Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Assassin’s Creed series and many more.
Having sold more than 14 million units, the Wii U has been well received with positive reviews on its GamePad controller, online functionality as well as pricing.