The Nintendo Wii is known for its innovative control system with motion that has been imitated in various ways around the gaming industry now. THQ has offered up a new and cool controller for various games and uses called the uDraw Game Tablet. The tablet is an accessory for the Wii that will land in time for Christmas in the US.
The uDraw will sell for $69.99 and comes bundled with a drawing, coloring art-based game called uDraw Studio. THQ also has two other video games that support the uDraw tablet. Those games include Dood's Big Adventure and Pictionary. Each of the games is available for $29.99 per title. The tablet will land in other countries next year. THQ will also offer more games that support the device in coming months as well.
"The uDraw GameTablet is an amazing addition to the Wii and opens up its creative possibilities," said Reggie Fils-Aime, President and Chief Operating Officer of Nintendo of America. "THQ has shown enormous innovation with uDraw, which is not only a perfect holiday gift, but we think will become a 'must-have' for Wii owners for a very long time."
"We're delighted to work closely with Nintendo on the uDraw GameTablet, which gives Wii owners a fantastic creative outlet this holiday season," said THQ Chief Executive Officer Brian Farrell. "uDraw makes a perfect, affordable holiday gift that encourages artistic expression alongside great gaming experiences that are fun for the whole family."
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