Wii U, Nintendo's newest home video game console, will appeal to a broader range of gamer than its predecessor, Wii.
That's according to Nintendo director of corporate communications, Charlie Scibetta, who believes the console will offer something for people of all "gaming ability".
Despite this apparent accessibility, Mr Scibetta admitted that the console is “hard to understand until you get your hands on it”.
Ideally, Nintendo wants to get Wii U into as many gamer's hands as possible so that consumers really know what the console is capable of, said Mr Scibetta.
Nintendo has been aggressive in its "core gamer" rhetoric when talking about Wii U, as the company aims to attract Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers following a "casual" approach with Wii.
By Gaetano Prestia - Bio