During the conference, Nintendo has taken place this afternoon at E3 2012, and which has shown some of the launch titles for its next home console, Wii U , we proved that Batman will be one of its main attractions. The Dark Knight Wii debut in U with the game Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition, intended as one of the first titles of the new console from Nintendo (which by the way the company has reaffirmed its commitment to bring it to the final sale year) that maximizes the capabilities of their command-tablet allowing the user to play one way, the less novel, see if also effective.
The first noticeable difference with the Batman: Arkham City of PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, is the possibility of using the Wii Remote U and 6.6 inches of screen to access the different menus of the game without having to pause the game. Generally, in games, if we want to equip your character with a specific weapon, armor or make change other strategic changes, we must pause the game to carry out such changes, and his command U Wii, Batman may carry After your changes as often as you want without having to stop, thanks to rapid access to their inventory as well as being able to view the map. Here we show the full video of Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition has been seen at the conference Nintendo.
Apart from access to the menus, we have seen that the player can use the Wii Remote to launch U "Batarang" moving as it progresses towards its goal to hit the mark. At the time of planting bombs, we can use the extra screen Wii GamePad for synchronizing the explosions once we have all fixed charges. We may also use the screen on the remote to scan the area in which we meet and determine the presence of enemies, all as we say, without stopping at any time the main action of the game. Access to the biographies of all the characters will be another possibility that can be done from the command.
As the graphs the game, we can not say with certainty that quality is less noticeable in larger versions for consoles. The truth is that although U Wii does not have as powerful as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition has a decent quality graphics that could be compensated in case they are finally somewhat lower, with the dynamism and excitement that promises a new way to play. We leave you with no more aa video presentation of Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition, which has been seen at E3 2012 to judge yourself if the news that Wii offers U fall short of what you expected from Nintendo.