Don’t get us wrong, Nintendo painted an impressive picture with the Wii-U at least year’s E3 conference. The problem was that everything that was presented to the public was theoretical; they really didn’t have anything concrete in their possession aside from a few tech demos and proof-of-concept videos. That shouldn’t be the case this year as Nintendo is expected to have the final version of the new hardware ready to show at the event.

The big question on our minds is whether or not anything has changed in the past year with the hardware? Could we see a different tablet layout? Have there been any features scaled back or removed all together? Only time will tell as we won’t be seeing what they have in store until June.

[via GamesRadar]