It's a little unnerving to be sitting in a room with four Nintendo representatives looking at you, along with one of the most mysterious upcoming pieces of hardware in the business. There were multiple Wii U consoles in the room, each one complete with the innovative controller that looks like the love child of a standard gaming peripheral and an iPad. I was told that Nintendo wouldn't be showing me anything new at CES; all the game demos I would be playing were already shown at E3.

I could ask questions, of course, but I quickly realized doing so would be a waste of time.

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