Real Racing 2 HD update combined your iPad and TV for dual-screen gaming action will soon be able to ditch the wires and use AirPlay to beam every turn and crash to your flatscreen. You’ll need an Apple TV or other Mac device hooked up to your set nd the feature won’t be unlocked until iOS 5 hits. It should satisfy your curiosity for what playing a Wii U might be like until the new Nintendo console lands next year and you can download the game for $12.99 from the app store………
With Apple’s announcement of iOS 5 and AirPlay mirroring at WWDC 2011, Firemint says its Real Racing 2 HD title for Apple‘s iPad will offer a console-style gaming experience when iOS 5 goes live. This will be the first title to support full screen wireless gaming over AirPlay and isn’t just mirroring – you’ll be able to play Real Racing 2 HD on your big screen without a cable, while your iPad 2 displays racing telemetry in real-time. According to FireMint, Apple‘s evolving AirPlay protocol should be perceived as nothing less than a genuine “game-changer.” It allows us to bring a never-before-seen level of freedom to Real Racing 2 HD. Combined with the precision steering and brilliant 3D visuals made possible by iPad 2′s phenomenal hardware, Real Racing 2 HD over AirPlay promises an experience you’ll have to play to believe. AirPlay Mirroring will enable games to offer a more traditional console-like gaming experience with the iPad 2 acting as a controller for titles being played on the big screen. For example, an Apple TV-connected HDTV and the iPad 2 display will be utilized by Real Racing 2, offering dual-screen gaming over AirPlay. It’s a gameplay experience not unlike Nintendo‘s Wii U. The highlight of Nintendo’s next-gen console is its controller, which features a 6-inch resistive single-touch screen that has drawn comparisons to Apple’s iPad.
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