Nintendo has a long history of making great controllers that have changed the game for developers.
They innovated with the D-Pad on the original NES, added the first commercially successful analog joystick with the N64 and changed the game industry forever with their motion-controlled Wii remotes.
Nintendo reconfirmed to Industry Gamers at this years Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that the company still hasn’t finalised the Wii U controller.
IGN previously took issue with the fact that the Wii U controller features Circle Pads instead of Analogue Sticks and that the controller features two traditional shoulder buttons instead of Xbox 360 style triggers.
NEWS SOURCE: Don't discount the Wii-U tablet controller (via) IndustryGamers
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