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[b]Wii U[/b] is the successor to the Wii by Nintendo. It was first accounced on June 7, 2011 at E3 2011.
The console is Nintendo's first to produce 1080p high-definition graphical output and is noted for its unique controller, which has a 6.2" 16:9 touchscreen, along with a stylus, accelerometer, gyroscope, speakers, dual analog sticks, a camera and microphone[cite=http://e3.nintendo.com/hw/#/about]Nintendo[/cite]. Wii U is backward compatible with Wii titles, and uses the Wii Remote and other Wii peripherals.
...what's great about Theatrhythm tapping is that it feels like you're playing against your own limitations. Instead of facing off against some arbitrarily-difficult creation of some bored programmer in Osaka, you're fighting your body's lack of rhythm. And getting better requires practice, not level grinding.