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The New Nintendo Console


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I just can't get around that huge clunky controller. The Wii was a gimmick but a fun gimmick, I just don't see this being that popular. From what I've seen it's an overpriced 360 with less games and a gimmick controller. Nintendo should really just stick to the handheld market and work on making some actually interesting games for those instead of a metric fug ton of kiddie poo that no one is interested in.

The controller is not really clunky at all. I have no problems holding it with my left hand and using the stylus with my right and I've not seen anymore gaming fatigue after multiple hours playing than I would with the 360 or PS3. It won't be replacing my 360 but the first-party and exclusive titles have been fun so far. It probably will become my go to streaming media device because of the controller though.

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Personally I think the 360 controller is a bit clunky. But I haven't tried the WiiU

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Me and the kids played on one at GameStop the other day. The controller is surprisingly light and doesn't feel odd in your hand at all. My 5 year old had no problems with it.

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Personally I think the 360 controller is a bit clunky. But I haven't tried the WiiU

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The only thing better about an xbox controller are the triggers. The RB/LB design is retarded imo. But to each their own.

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The only thing better about an xbox controller are the triggers. The RB/LB design is retarded imo. But to each their own.

What controller is better then? Pretty much every controller out now has almost exactly the same bumper buttons...

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