Video leak of Wii 2

18 May 2011

There's a lot of fuss over the next-gen Nintendo Wii (Wii 2 for the purposes of this article) and there's been a video leaked showing it off. Sorta.

The console will get an official unveiling at E3 next month on June 6th, but if you can't wait, here's some footage of snapped on a hidden camera which shows a controller with an inbuilt screen.

Sadly, there's no sound on the video and the spec isn't clear (what? We're wasting your time now? Charming) but there is a controller with a large inbuilt screen that can be spotted throughout the clip and the finish on the new console seems to be made of metal, which is meaner than the original.

Anyway, there you go. A tantalising look at a future big hitter.


TOPICS:   Technology   TV   Best Of Youtube   Games


  • Steve
    We have a Wii, but I can't see the point in it. It's the same old shit, different game...
  • Matt
    That screen looks like a mega battery eater...!
  • Lumoruk
    Fool me once, shame on them, fool me twice shame on me. Won't be fooling for the hype again.
  • Whisky
    @Lumoruk Same, bought it for the wife as a christmas pressie because she said she would play it. A week later and she gave up on level 1 of mario or whatever shit it was. Never interested me (why would it when ps3+360 much better?) so it has sat in its box ever since. I should have sold it then when you couldn't get your hands on one for love nor money.
  • Laurz
    Well I must be in the minority because I have a wii and I absolutely love it. I've got a wii and a 360 and Ive got COD for them both, I have to say without a doubt the game is far far superior on the wii. Ok the graphics are better on the 360 but I have to use a traditional controller, on the Wii i'm actually holding a gun and aiming at people. Far better. And the same goes for many other games, golf being a prime example, snowboarding games are the same. Playstation and Xbox are only just begining to catch up but even now they are nowhere near.

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