Nintendo Co. introduced its new Wii U video-game console and controllers, offering richer versions of popular games such as “Super Mario Bros.” as well as social- media features popular with game players.
The new console and controllers will let players exchange messages and share scores as they play, Reggie Fils-Aime, head of Nintendo’s U.S. unit, said today at the E3 game conference in Los Angeles. The unit will also include links to popular video services such as Netflix Inc. (NFLX:US) The company planned to demonstrate 23 new game titles on stage today.
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