THQ’s uDraw GameTablet comes to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

THQ’ popular uDraw GameTablet for Wii, which sold more than 1.7 million units since its launch in November 2010, will be released this fall and for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles .

The new variants of the GameTablet offer an entirely new look with integrated console controls, a stylus with greater sensitivity for more detailed results, along with high-definition capabilities, enhanced creative functions, motion features, plus direct touch-screen control that incorporates pinch-and-stretch and rotation features. It will come and with a new version of uDraw Studio software, called uDraw Studio: Instant Artist that will offer more intuitive interface that keeps art tools right on screen of your television at all times, an expansive guided tutorials to teach many of the basics of art and design, as well as will let you more easily send and share images online. THQ is also panning  to release number of new uDraw titles which will allow games to take full advantage of the device’s unique play patterns and functionality.

uDraw GameTablets

The uDraw GameTablet for Xbox 360 and PS3 is scheduled to be available in time for the holiday season, joining the uDraw for Wii – which is now available worldwide – as the ultimate creative device for video game consoles.

uDraw for PS3

uDraw for Xbox 360

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