Unsurprisingly, I'm seeing a barrage haters crawling out of the woodworks, complaining that this isn't the HD Zelda they are looking for. Really? This demo alone looks better than most of the 360/PS3 games I've seen on E3. How many games run 1080p natively and vibrantly like what we're seeing here? Not to mention the console being displayed are just prototypes; the hardware isn't finalized yet, and those third-party games we saw during Nintendo's press conference weren't even running on the hardware (they were running on the 360's). This E3 was about showcasing what Nintendo is planning for the console, like E3 2005 when they showed what the Wii (which was called Revolution at the time) looked like. Everything is subject to change.
I noticed a lot of haters at first as well, but after seeing a lot of hands-on experiences they seem (NeoGAF) to be eating their words. This demo alone looks better than most PC games on the market, never mind about 360/PS3.
right theres articles at wii2blog.combased on wiiboy101s investigations into wii 2 specs right here it is wiiboy101 said powerpc 32bit the wii cpu family is at 45 nm process at ibm he also said wii 2 will use EDram ibm edram 45nm next gen powerpc 32bit and EDRAM as level 3 catch TODAY IBM CONFIRMED BOTH EDRAM AND Wiiu cpu @ 45nm coinsidence i think not wiiboy101 has done it again
Can I just say how awesome the E3 trailers on Eshop have been? screenshots and youtube just don't do Nintendo systems justice any more.
Yes, you can say it.
wiiboy101 said tablet wouldnt replace wm+ and pointer aka wii controlsnintendo have now confirmed wii remote plus and nunchuck are wiiu controllers and it 4 x wii remotes or classics and 1 utablet per console utablet pad is not sold on its own wii remote has not been replaced as wiiboy said it wouldnt LONG LIVE TRUE FPS CONTROLS = WII REMOTE
Kinda off topic but it seems strange that almost all rumors about the wii u were true, and now recently it was confirmed in the developers round table that friend codes are out. Kinda gives me good vibes this time around, different to the wii.
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