Nintendo DS sticks around while flexible motion controls are in
Earlier this month, Nintendo introduced one of the most groundbreaking product designs it has put together since the Wii was released back in 2006. With a lightweight and fairly modern build quality, flexible controller options and a design reflective of a rather creative, non-OEM Shield tablet, the company has managed to outsell its competitors and rethink the boundaries of home and portable gaming.
Focus on the Wii U going forward
Worked on 9 of 10 people tested