Nintendo systems always feel like toys. Even when they have some pioneering tech packed into them, and in spite of their legendary build quality, specifically fine tuned to withstand any abuse that a young kid might hurl at it, Nintendo systems feel like toys. They don’t ever actually feel like high end, premium electronics or tech gadgets like PlayStation or Xbox products do. Nowhere was this more evident than on the Wii U, where the much maligned Wii U Gamepad controller felt like a cheap, flimsy, tacky construction, a Fisher Price take on the tablet concept. It, like most Nintendo products, never felt desirable.
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