THQ executives must have taken a good look at how the Nintendo Wii actually revolutionized gaming in the living room – through the use of motion sensitive controls that eventually paved the way to additional innovations such as the Kinect and to a lesser extent, the PSMove. Well, what do you think is the next logical step when it comes to video game evolution? THQ leans more towards the tablet craze with their revolutionary uDraw GameTablet. It will be arriving on the Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles later this fall, coming in a sleek, contemporary design which incorporates console controls straight into the uDraw GameTablet.
New and enhanced capabilities will be added to the uDraw’s appearance, where among them include high-definition art creation and gameplay, a stylus that has a higher sensitivity level so that you can reproduce more detailed results, motion features, a longer drawing time, direct touch-screen control which incorporates pinch-and-stretch and rotation features.
Expect the uDraw GameTablet to be paraded at the upcoming E3 later this month, where it will be accompanied by the hugely popular uDraw for Wii. No idea on pricing details just yet, but it ought to be slightly more expensive compared to standard PS3 and Xbox 360 titles. [Press Release]
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