notuptome2004, on 21 September 2012 - 22:05, said:
the Wii U has 50 games for launch window first and many many 3rd party games as all developers are on board and have had nothing but praise the Wii U hardware and the power it has over the current system . and even if the next gen sony and MS consolkes come out with let say DX11 quality graphics and slightly more Vram or somthing and the same type of controils so what because the Wii U has enough more then enough innovation with the Wii U ggamepad they will still be able to produce a better version of the same game all while just giving sony and MS a slightly better looking game just nothing else more added
Noticed how big the 'launch window' is? 6 freaking months, that's a pretty big 'window'.
Developers are on board because the Wii U is a bit faster than the current generation of consoles which means its easier to port their CURRENT games to the system.
Slightly better looking game? Do you really think people are going to pay $400-500 for a next generation console if it is such a small leap like the Wii U is over current gen consoles. Like the Wii was the Wii U is going to be left in the dust and won't have the power to run the latest games, developers arent going to spend time and money making a special version of their game for the Wii U?
The motion controls, while innovative, didn't get the Wii any of this generations big AAA games, having a gimmicky tablet isn't going to be enough if the power/graphics quality are of a significant leap of the next generation.