n_K, on 14 September 2012 - 12:34, said:
30, which is still, pretty dire and not better than a PS3 (which scientists were using to run pretty large-scale mathematical computations on)
1 - it's still plently more powerful than a PS3.
2 - the 30 FPS limitation ONLY applies to the gamepad screen, not the TV, and is not a CPU / GPU limitation. That's because the gamepad streaming hardware on the Wii U only has enough bandwidth to reliably stream enough data for a consistent 60 FPS (with less latency than outputting video to a typical TV display), which gets shared between the two gamepads. The TV display could still be happily running at 60 FPS with two gamepads connected.
Also, these prices are stupid
I've pre-ordered the ZombiU Deluxe version for £295 at Zavvi at the moment, but I'm seriously hoping it drops another £30-£40 before launch