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The latest from Did You Know Gaming looks at the development of the Wii U.
Some interesting details include Nintendo's reticence to acknowledge the online competition of Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, and how the 3DS ended up running with its motion-tracking technology first, despite having been developed for the Wii U. You can check out the video below.
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