Posted on 09 June, 2011 by Mark Ross | No Comments
THQ has plans to release its GameTablet for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Gaming Consoles which is to join the uDraw GameTablet for Wii that was released back in November. The uDraw GameTablet for Wii sold approximately 1.7-million units since its launch last year and the company is anticipating a much better response from the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners. The new uDraw GameTablet features a new look and design with integrated console controls, a stylus with greater sensitivity for more detailed results, along with high-definition capabilities, plus direct touch-screen control that incorporates rotation features as well as pinch and stretch features. Other than the mentioned softwares, it will comes with the latest version of the uDraw Studio called Instant Artist that will offer a much updated interface that will keep art tools on the right side of your television screen at all times. THQ also has plans to release some new uDraw titles that gives games to utilize the advantages of the device’s functionality. Both uDraw GameTablet are expected to hit shelves just before the holiday season and should be available globally.