Nintendo once again touched down in Toronto to preview a few recently-released and many upcoming titles coming out in time for the holiday season. From classic remixes to multiplayer insanity, there was a little something for everyone.
Nintendo's Wii U has had a bit of a roller coaster ride since it was released last fall. Despite being the first official "next generation" console, the Wii upgrade has had problems with sales numbers.
Today at the E3 Expo, Nintendo unveiled details about its upcoming console, Wii U. Its trademark feature is a motion-sensitive 6.2-inch touchscreen controller, slightly smaller than RIM's PlayBook tablet PC.