Nuu (Nintendo Wii)

Company: Ninvento
Best Audience: Young & Everyone
License Cost: 500K
Development Cost: 80K
Release dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y17 M4 W4  Y20 M1 W3  Y23 M11 W1
Discontinue dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y21 M6 W3  Y24 M11 W3  Y29 M8 W4

The Nuu is the seventh platform release by Ninvento. The Nuu's real-life counterpart is the Wii by Nintendo. The Nuu's main competitors are the Playsystem 3 by Vonny and the mBox 360 by Mirconoft. Despite having a relatively high marketshare when released, it isn't as popular as its main rivals. All Nuu models (except for the Nuu MIni) feature support for Virtual System games, NuuWare games, digital avatars called Muus, NuuConnect24 (except for the Nuu Mini) and backward compatibility with Game Sphere games (but not the newer Nuu models).

Target AudienceEdit

Well-fitting: Young (x1), Everyone (x0.9)

Non-fitting: Mature (x0.85)

Industry NewsEdit

  • "Today, Ninvento has announced their bid in the next-generation console market by announcing the Nuu. Instead of trying to compete with Mirconoft and Vonny on hardware strength and graphical power, Ninvento has decided a truly unique gaming experience. The Nuu features a controller with a built-in motion sensor, which allows players to stand (in) front of their TV and use the controller as a counterpart to virtual objects such as a tennis racquet. First playtesters were seen with huge grins on their faces. It seems to be a lot of fun." - Year 16 Month 12 Week 4

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