In the wake of E3, NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon has been doing "video game week", bringing a series of game developers on the show to give the night-owl set a taste of some of the biggest games (Like Halo 4) shown at last week's gaming extravaganza.
Last night, wrapping up Fallon's gaming awareness parade, was Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime and the Wii U. After Reggie shows him how to use it, Jimmy tries out Takamura's Ninja Castle, one of the "attractions" in Nintendo's amusement park-style launch game, NintendoLand. He also gets the same Zombie-face treatment Reggie gave himself using the camera filter from ZombiU, though he doesn't play the game on stage.
It's not much, but if you're looking for a little more hands-on footage of Wii U, this is a great, albeit short, demonstration of what Nintendo's next console can do.