Remember how excited we all were when Nintendo patented the Vitality Sensor? No?
What about when Microsoft patented that controller that read the grip of the player, that was incredible, wasn’t it?
Well now Nintendo are back to the fore with their innovative ‘Stick Man Saviour’ mechanic, that was uncovered recently.
So, to explain this image it essentially allows the player to use the Wii Remote to drag an item from the main television screen and drop it in the WiiU Tablet Controller’s screen. Because obviously what you really want from a game is to take stuff off of the large screen and drop it onto a smaller screen, using a secondary controller. Bizzarre.
The ONLY feasible use for this that would actually be of any benefit would be when taking the whole image from the TV to the tablet controller when the main screen is to be used to watch re-runs of Bargain Hunt or something. If it was, as the following image suggests, to be used in a gaming gimmick, well frankly I’d be very disappointed.
No Nintendo! Bad Nintendo! Concentrate on keeping the game on the main screen as much as possible, you can make as much use of the NFC technology you are (supposedly) cramming into the controller, but do not consider using this as a mechanic.
Or do, if you want.
It’s not like you’ll even read this. Ignorant bastards.