The next generation of Nintendo’s handheld consoles is upon us.
And now the company is making its next console the Wii U, launching in March of next year.
The Wii U is Nintendo’s first portable device to offer a controller that can be used to play the Wii games it supports, with a full complement of controller support.
It also includes a built-in GamePad, a larger TV and a built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection.
There’s a lot of good news in the announcement, but one big question is how the controller works.
While it’s easy to imagine a Wii U gamepad being a simple touchscreen, a gamepad that requires a separate controller to function is a bit more complicated.
Here are the basics:The Wii Remote, as it’s known, has a large touchscreen on the front, and a small one at the back.
It can be swiped up and down, or moved around with the thumbstick.
The buttons on the back are used to navigate menus, or to interact with the games themselves.
You can use the thumbsticks to zoom, and swipe the left or right side of the touchscreen to select text, but you can also use the right and left buttons to play games.
The thumbsticks are also used to access the Wii Menu, which lets you see the full game library and control the Wii Remote’s Home screen, where you can play your favorite games and add friends.
The left and right triggers are used for playing games, while the left and middle triggers are for controlling the Home screen and GamePad.
There’s also a GamePad Pro, which will be used for touch-based games like Smash Bros. and Pokémon Go.
While the GamePad pro is not capable of using the Wii remote, it will support a second controller for games that don’t support a third.
As the Wii has grown, Nintendo has added more and more features, including the ability to send screenshots of the games to friends and even use voice commands for the home screen.
However, while you can send screenshots to friends, you can’t send them to your friends for example, since they have to be connected to the same Wi-FI network as you are.
And since the Wii’s built-out Home screen is the primary way to interact on your system, you won’t be able to access it unless you have a Wii Remote Plus.
Finally, the Wii offers a new feature called “Project Runway,” which allows you to play online multiplayer games with other Wii U owners.
You’re able to play Wii Sports, a multiplayer sports game that lets you run, jump, kick and toss footballs through your living room or in your garage.
It’s not available on the Wii console as a standalone game, but can be played on the system as a stand-alone game that you can download and play offline.
It’s worth noting that while there are a few games that are compatible with the Wii Home screen as well as the Gamepad Pro, they are still limited to games that aren’t available on Wii.
That means if you have the Wii Classic Controller, you’re not going to be able access a bunch of Wii Sports titles.
The Nintendo Wii U will be available for $299.99 with a two-year contract starting in March, and it will include a variety of games that you probably already have in your collection, like Super Mario Bros. 3, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, Metroid Prime, Mario Kart 8, and more.
However you decide to use it, you’ll need to purchase a Wii Controller to play these games.
The company has also made the Wii Virtual Console available for purchase for $39.99.
While you can buy games for the Wii and the Wii Ultra, the Virtual Console games are not supported by the Wii or Wii U. The Virtual Console will also allow you to download games for free on your PC or Mac.
While the Nintendo Wii has a number of features that you won, or might want to, play on a Wii, you should still be wary of buying a Wii for its software.
The console itself is limited to a handful of games, including Super Mario 3D World, Mario Party 10, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Super Smash Bros., Splatoon, and The Legend: Warriors Orochi 3D.
The Wii U does not support the Wii Shop Channel or the Nintendo 3DS app, and will not work with any of Nintendo Game Network’s apps.
The 3DS, however, is supported by both the Nintendo eShop and Nintendo e-Shop.