Nintendo originally said that the Wii U would only support one of the unique gamepads on one system. Now during Nintendo's live E3 keynote, they have stated the final version of the console will support two. What this means is that it will be possible to have even ground two-player games instead of making a friend using the older Wii Remote and Nunchuk. Details on the cost of the gamepad have not been made public as of yet, nor whether Gamepad-to-Gamepad play will work.
The Wii U Gamepad will consist of a 6.2-inch touchscreen and a stylus for other input options. It also has an infrared transceiver, accelerometer and gyroscope along with the traditional rumble feature.
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