Bikop wrote:-I think indie games will thrive on Wii U, with a nice little dedicated spot on the eshop and since indie games typically don't push consoles too hard as far as physics and polygons and whatnot go, so the CPU should not get in the way.
Shade wrote:I actually prefer to play on the Gamepad screen rather than the TV. When I tried playing Call of Duty, I was worried about getting my ass handed to me because I haven't played a first-person shooter with dual-analog in such a long time, but I was surprised at how easy it was to get back into it. Like riding a bike I suppose.
jckapono wrote:The two screen system feels right to me. I didn't know how it would play out, but I find myself enjoying have 2 screens to use simultaneously, but actually just playing on the Gamepad while watching tv has been awesome.
jckapono wrote:One thing I would like to see is being able to play games without the tablet being on. Or maybe just a sleep button, so it could be on, but significantly save the battery life. If I want to play NSMBU alone with a wii remote, I don't think the gamepad needs to be active. That is my one small gripe so far.
ei8htbit wrote:The good news is that you can do this (sort of). While you can't technically shut off the GamePad or put it in sleep mode entirely while playing off just the TV, at the very least you can select to turn off the display (which also turns of the audio feed to the GamePad). Just hit the home button, Controller Settings, and Turn Display Off (you can do this from the WiiMote or Controller Pro without having to get up or touch the GamePad).
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