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Posted 19 July 2012 - 18:51
Posted 19 July 2012 - 19:04
So, so true!
In my opinion Nintendo consoles have always been fun for first party games and a handful of others, but it pretty much ends there.
Like they always say!
here's hoping that will change with the Wii U like Nintendo is promising
Posted 19 July 2012 - 21:34
I don't believe about what you said.Wii u is much more powerful than ps3.Wii u is next gen and all next gen are strongly more powerful than past gen.Wii u batman is a launch game and it is equal or even superior than the ps3 version.The wii u has a better cpu/gpu more ram and just wait a year or two and see what wii u games will look like.
About all systems that are next gen are stronger than past gen.
The wii and xbox are almost equal.The wii has a weaker cpu but a stronger gpu than the xbox.
And 1 more thing the tablet/controller give graphics equal to xbox 360 and the wii u and its controller both have advanced shader support.
Posted 02 August 2012 - 02:38
Posted 02 August 2012 - 04:07
This is never surprising from Nintendo. While the other two companies try to push the limit some on their consoles, Nintendo always takes a conservative approach. Unlike the other systems at launch Nintendo makes their systems so that they gain money for every system sold. They don't follow the policy of you sell your console at a loss to gain in the game sales. Nintendo tries to squeeze money out of both the console and game sales.
Plus this is Nintendo they know their target audience isn't the FPS gamers or the intense RPG players. They focus on what is an eternal money maker, and that boys and girls is children and preteens. As long as children are born Nintendo will have their money.
Posted 02 August 2012 - 11:19
Posted 02 August 2012 - 15:33
Posted 02 August 2012 - 16:21
I know they're no slouch, but you have to admit Nintendo's history with consoles has never been to be the top in hardware specs.
Plus I'm not sold on the whole tablet in your controller idea yet. They've tried a similar idea before with Wind Waker, where you could plug you GBA into the system as a secondary screen to help.
The Wii was the first time that Nintendo wasn't pushing the edge in terms of specs, as every other gen they were competitive with those at the top. Still don't understand why they haven't released the specs for this console if it's supposed to be launching in the next couple months (I'm assuming we'll now get price and specs at TGS).