Wii U gets first FPS game

Wii U gets first FPS game

The ongoing Electronic Entertainment Expo has brought good news for all Nintendo gamers. The upcoming Nintendo Wii U gaming console got its first FPS game. Called ZombieU the game pits the player against hordes of zombies, just like Left 4 Dead did a few years ago.

The game takes place in today’s London except that all citizens have been infected with an unknown disease that turns them into zombies. The goal is rather simple – kill to survive.

The game presentation also made it possible for Ubisoft, the game developer, to show how the game will use the Wii U’s tablet controller. Players can hack locked doors using a pinpad on the controller to enter the necessary numbered codes. The tablet can be used as a radar, scanner, and shooter scope in case of need too. In addition you can zombify yourself – just hold the tablet controller next to your face and the game will transform your face into that of a decaying zombie.


Source: Topshotta.com

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