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Wii U

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Console: Wii U
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The Wii U is Nintendo's latest home console and the successor to the Wii. It was announced during Nintendo's conference at E3 2011. The main feature of the Wii U is its controller, the GamePad, which has a touch screen, camera, buttons and other new features. According to Yoshiaki Koizumi, the Wii U was never shown to Nintendo's software development team prior to its unveiling at E3 2011. The Wii U was the third Nintendo console to be released in North America before Japan, the other two being the Wii and Nintendo DS.

The console had been released on December 8, 2012 in Japan, November 30, 2012 in Europe, November 18, 2012 in North America, and November 30, 2012 in Australia.

Star Fox games available

Three Star Fox games were released for the Wii U, one of which being a spinoff, as well as a fighting game starring Fox and Falco.

Backwards compatible

The Wii U is also capable of playing the following Wii games:

Virtual Console

The Wii U features downloadable, emulated classic titles from Nintendo's older library of games, including:

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