Nintendo has set up Wii U demo stations at the Nintendo World store in New York, where gamers can try out the new console. The guys from Nintendo World Report got to check out one of the demo stations, and ran through the menu interface on the GamePad touchscreen. As you can see in the video below, there are lots of game demos available, and the whole interface is very smooth and intuitive. It’s unknown whether this interface will be a part of the final retail console or whether it was designed for the demo stations only. If you’re in New York, stop by the Nintendo World store and try out the Wii U.
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