With all the negative attitudes toward the Wii U, Nintendo Enthusiast decides to show readers just how far Nintendo consoles have come graphics-wise.
Mario and Pikmin did a huge jump the others need to be compare to wii games to really see the difference between then and now.
I like how they used a high end PC shot of project cars as if thats the sort of visuals we are guaranteed to be seeing on WiiU. Dream on...
I'll wait for retro's new game to really show what the system is capable of. remember how fricking gorgeous metroid prime looked on the GameCube?
i still think its pretty horrible for 2012 compared to what the ps360 been pumping out for years.
Lego City Stories looks utter poop. Talk about aliasing, jaggy city stories more like. This is a great idea of how WiiU is not really that fast, because the home console version is only for WiiU hardware. Which clearly isn't doing any anti aliasing to save its life
The graphics look outdated already.
Another Nintendo graphics fail!.
This would be impressive if it was half way through this cycle but this is at the end of this gen and tbh they arn't that amazing. I think Nintendo was late to the HD scene and there "next gen" console should feel more like next gen.
they have arrived where Sony/Ms have been for six years now !
They look good to me. Decent for the first launch line up of a system. Just look at the launch line up for the ps3 or 360, they looked crappy compared to now. Heck Resistance: Fall of Man didn't look much better than Halo 2 or Metroid Prime. So far I just like how the Wii U is easily playing today's top games without a problem, aka Mass Effect and AC3. These games are suppose to be high quality for today's consoles and the fact that the Wii U is playing them with little effort is a good sign.
Guys, look at Call of Duty 2, which was the first FPS on the 360, and then look at Modern Warfare 3. There's obviously a big difference in graphics the more the developers get to know the system's ins and outs. Also, there's another five months of development, at least, on all of those games.
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