Posted on December 7, 2012 - 1:19am by EnigmaXtreme
Enigma looks indepth at the Wii U's feature, compares it to other consoles and answers the question everyone has been asking "Can You Play the Wii U on the Toilet?"
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I know, thats basically what I meant when I said "Imagine buying a PS Vita controller with an HD Console" or basically imagine buying a PS Vita and PS3 that would be what? 549. Thats even without a game lol.
Thanks for liking the video man
Actually there is a reason why the game pad uses a resistive touch screen rather than a capacitive touch screen. As it turns out capacitive touch screens are a lot more expensive than resistive touch screens. Making a capacitive touch screen for the game pad would be too expensive due to it's size. Not only that but you can't use a stylus on a capacitive touch screen. Good video by the way.
I guess we'll have to agree to disagree, like in 1776.
I do appreciate your earnesty.
This was actually the third time I had filmed that comparison the first two my microphone was not agreeing with me. As for not using the Dual Shock 3 Controller, I had a drawer full of controllers everything from Original Xbox to Saturn, I could have been there all day. I Picked the Dreamcast and 360 because I felt they were closer linked to the Wii U controller and....I'll just came out and say it.
I HATE the PS3 Controller
It's too damn light, it feels small and fiddly in my hands, it doesn't feel sturdy in my hands AND I hate the way the L and R 2 buttons function, Dual Shock 2 worked fine but 3 ugh no thank you
Noticed you didn't compare the game pad to the Dualshock, which I consider superior to the 360 controller in virtually every manner.
It's lighter, the analog sticks don't feel unnatural in their placement, and the D-pad doesn't feel like an offense to decent design.
The only thing I can give the 360 is that it seems to charge better than the Dualshock, but only if you have a rechargable battery pack.
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A 20-something, Australian born guy obsessed with games. Enigma hosts his own review show "Unboxed" where he promises to look past the bullshit and gimmicks of other reviewers and give you the straight facts.