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In order to increase their sales after the poor reception of the Wii U, Nintendo has announced that they’re planning to release an updated model of their console. Dubbed the Wii U XL, Nintendo hopes to maximize the gaming experience by increasing the size of the controller to a stunning 8 feet in length.
"With our new controller, we hope to include the entire family in the gaming experience," says Satoru Iwata, President and CEO of Nintendo "One person can operate the touch screen in the center of the controller while two others can operate the buttons on either side. This allows for a level of cooperation never before seen in the gaming industry."
While not much about the updated console is known at the moment, the Wii U XL is slated to be released in Q3 of this year. The exact date and price will likely be released in June during E3 as well as seven new Mario games that will take advantage of the cooperative nature of the gamepad.