Could this store demo be a glimpse of a Wii U game selection interface?
Earlier today while visiting the Nintendo World Store in New York, I had a chance to check out their new Wii U demo stations. The station that I checked out had a new menu system. While this is probably no where near the final product and might not even see daylight in terms of being part of the consumer OS, it does give us a glimpse of what game selection menus or even what the Wii U's eShop might look like, including a category selection option.
The interface enables users to scroll through game covers selecting to either play a demo or watch video of the game. The only game that had its demo button activated was Rayman Legends, which leads me to believe that either Nintendo will gradually make the other game demos available in store. The "cover flow" system is similar to the Starlight Fun Center, which is a hard drive-based Wii installed in many hospitals, as well as the Nintendo World Store. Will this be part of the Wii U's final interface? I guess only time will tell. Let us know what you think!