This article on vooks.net tickled me so much I thought it deserved a mention. It revolves around a store, JB Hi-Fi store in Malvern, Victoria that has a helpful guide to clarify the difference between Wii and Wii U games with an in-store sign.
They’ve got a piece of cardboard and both written and drawn on it, Wii and Wii U games cases.
Wii = white case.
Wii U = blue case.
Simple but effective.
Hit the vooks.net link to view the image.
Are you sick of the false, family dedicated (totally bollocks) advertisements. Here’s looking at you 3DS (Redknapp) advert.
In a false room of a false house, a stage, a cringe-worthy stage, yes? Well worry no more, because Nintendo have put out a good one.
The Wii U GamePad with Rufus Hound.
It’s no secret that (Nintendo) and the Wii U is having a hard time at the moment, but fear not, that will change over the next few months. And as Christmas fast approaches Wii U ownership will be touching the 8-10 million mark.
The games coming, but one thing that angers me is the lack of (missing) both the Wii U and the Nintendo Network logo advertising from 3rd party developers? Why, I have no idea. I could take a guess, but that would probably be well wide of the mark.
You watch a YouTube trailer/developer video, or browse a website and there seems to be a vast lack support for Nintendo Network infrastructure. Fair enough, the online capabilities might not be as impressive as Xbox Live or PlayStation Network, but it should still deserve a mention.