According to Engadget.com, the Wii U, which is Nintendo’s tablet form controller for the Wii, raised a few questions from those in attendance at this years E3 video game conference. Questions were posed such as what games would use the device and how much would a second controller cost? The second controller would not cost the user anything as they would not need to buy one. Nintendo’s President and CEO Satoru Iwata said that the current line up of games being produced for the controller only require one controller. The Nintendo Wii can technically use two Wii U controllers, but purchasing additional Wii U’s would be too expensive to sell separately according to Nintendo. So game developers need to keep in mind that the games need to be produced knowing that each Wii will only have one Wii U controller. The second player will have to settle for a regular old fashioned Wii remote.