Wii U goes portable
By In Nintendo News, Wii U Published on November 26th, 2012

A Japanese writer has proved that the Wii U can be played on the go, taking Nintendo’s new console on the Bullet Train.

Rocket News writer Kuzo used the train’s electricity sockets and Wi-Fi access, enabling him to play New Super Mario Bros. U as well as accessing the console’s Miiverse service.

He found using the console on the train didn’t prove as troublesome as he thought it’d be.

Would you use your Wii U in a similar way?

[Thanks Kotaku]

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Comments
  1. And the answer is “no” for frenchies. Because we do not have electricity sockets and/or Wi-Fi access in our trains. SNCF = Stone Age

    Comment by Nigel on November 27, 2012 at 7:16 am
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