It was only a matter of time before third party accessory makers started unveiling their Wii U toys, and Mad Catz has officially kicked off the Wii U accessory wars. The company revealed several types of accessories here at E3, including a screen protector and a stand for the GamePad, and a stand for Wiimotes as well (Wii U supports Wiimotes and other Wii controllers– don’t you forget that). Mad Catz will offer the new toys at launch, and will also introduce a new gaming headset which will fit the Wii U as well. Over the coming months, third party makers are likely to start unveiling their Wii U accessories as we get closer to launch. We have some photos of the new Mad Catz products after the break.
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