Shigeru Miyamoto and other executives took to the stage to kick off the Nintendo E3 2012 presentation, showing the new Wii U GamePad and explaining that, just like old-school Nintendo consoles, the GamePad will support two separate controller functions. Plus, there's a new take on a familiar face: Super Mario Bros. U designed for the Wii U experience. Take a look at scenes from the event in the gallery.
Super Mario Bros. U and Scenes From Nintendo's E3 Presentation
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