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Post by nachosjustice @ 09:05am 10/06/11 | 4 Comments
With the recent announcement of the Wii U at E3 there has been some confusion as to the rather novel tablet/main controller. We already knew that you can connect all of your original Wii hardware, specifically Wii Remotes and the like, to Nintendo's next-gen console, but it was a bit ambiguous as to how many of the tablet-like controllers could be purchased and used on a single console.

According to an article at next-gen.biz, you will not be able to purchase the newfangled Wii U controller separately. This means that Wii U owners will be limited to local multiplayer by supplementing the tablet-style controller with Wii Remotes. The jury is still out on whether Wii U owners can synchronise their controllers to other Wii U consoles. But even if this is possible, at $600 for a new console, that’s one hell of a mark-up if you only wanted a second controller.



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Lynx
Posted 09:23am 10/6/11
I think it is starting to look pretty clear that the console only supports one Wiiu controller at a time.
I hope by the time they release the new console, they have bumped up the hardware to support two. It seems a little un-Wii (we) to not permit at least two players to both use the new controller and get the full experience from the new console.
nachosjustice
Posted 09:27am 10/6/11
Totally agree.
Eorl
Posted 09:51am 10/6/11
Makes sense though. With what they want to achieve, one controller is viable for online play. Going local multiplayer, you just pick up Wii remotes/standard controllers and enjoy the games. And also some games allow 5 people to play, with 4 people using Wii remotes/controllers and 1 person using WiiU controller.
skythra
Posted 12:20pm 10/6/11
My guess too Lynx. I heard someone else on my facebook say that it was confirmed that it was a 1:1 thing. Gonna be a little balls though when the first person puts their wii U remote through their TV and now has to get a new console, and TV.
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