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Wii U: Hands On

Posted by Agnes Oblige , in Video Games Nov 14 2012 · 74 views

I went to HMV today to see if they had the Season 10 Blu-Ray of RvB (they didn't, but I didn't mind; waiting to buy it until later anyway). As I was leaving, I saw EB Games next door (the Canadian version of Gamestop) and, as I entered, it was as if a light was shining in the corner to the left...

You see, usually they have a Wii there, and I've grown accustomed to simply giving it a passing glance as I enter the store. None of the demos have interested me in a long time. However, today, I froze in the spot and my mouth dropped open - because there was the Gamepad in all of its glory, as if on a pedestal. I could hardly contain my belief - I simply hadn't dared to believe I would try the Wii U until months after release when I plugged it in at home.

The Gamepad was a wonder to have in my hands, and I honestly can't wait to see what developers do with it. I also got to play the whopping two levels of Rayman Legends (which was all they had to play, sadface), but it was enough to solidify Rayman at the very least as a must-have purchase. Although it was already my most wanted Wii U game, so... no surprises there. =P

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