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16/12/2012 FGTV: WiiU Interview with David Yarnton Review
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With WiiU's release upon us, this edition of FamilyGamerTV reveals when we talked David Yarnton, former General Manager at Nintendo UK. We look at the intentions behind the console, some of the opportunities for new play and some hopes for the new platform.

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FGTV: WiiU Interview with David Yarnton

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Nintendo Wii

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Minigames

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With WiiU's release upon us, this edition of FamilyGamerTV reveals when we talked David Yarnton, former General Manager at Nintendo UK. We look at the intentions behind the console, some of the opportunities for new play and some hopes for the new platform.

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