Wii U demo units have been set up in Nintendo World Store in New York City, where gamers will get the perfect chance to test out the upcoming console and what it has to offer. Not much information has been given about the Wii U eShop or the console's front-end interface, something we touched upon last week.
It may be time to put the mystery aside, as the guys over at Nintendo World Report have shared a video which appears to show what could be the final Wii U interface.
The video below shows how the interface allows users to scroll through select game titles, where you have a choice to play a demo or watch a video on that specific game. There are quite a few game demos available, and the whole layout itself looks easy to navigate.
A nice touch is the game category selection for those of you that can't tell your puzzle games from your shoot 'em ups. At 1.05 in the video, we can clearly see an empty space for the Nintendo Wii U eShop. However, it is likely that this could just be for demo purposes only, but it is pretty exciting all the same as it gives us a small glimpse into what hopefully could be the final product.
What do you guys make of this fresh piece of information? Check out the video and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.