Launching Feb 7th (today) in Japan. Free until May 31st.
-Project had a relatively short development time.
-The suit ('Trekker') seen in the posts below is for shooting images in narrow spaces. Contains 15 cameras.
-Used it for trekking around the Grand Canyon.
-Weighs about 40 pounds/18kg.
-Will have a Miiverse community.
I don't think this is gonna sell as well as WiiFit.
Sounds like a Google Maps/Streetview map enhanced for Wii U.
Wii U in Google Maps (※ 1) of Street View (※ 2) software, you can use the function "Wii Street U powered by Google" to ask about. Just, Google in the United States today (※ three) at the headquarters chief product of Street View to fit the occasion Mr. Kawai is temporary return, thus, I was able to meet (or Ji) straight. Taking the time, thank you.
Map, which is provided by the world via the Internet Google Maps = Google, local search service (region). While adjusting the scale, bird's-eye view map and photos can be (dead) the whole world.
One of the functions of the street view = Google Maps, as if you were actually in place, overlooking a panorama photograph features a 360-degree anywhere. Learn more about the "Street View" .
Year Google = 1998, established in California, USA.
*stares at the Wii U release list for January, February, March*
*looks at photo of Iwata with camera system on his back*