DigitalTrends: Nintendo thinks Wii U could be so good for games like Call of Duty: Black Ops II that it becomes the favorite console for that type of game. Plus, it'll have the online functionality to support those games.
Now that COD Black Ops 2 coming to the Wii U they will be alot of pressure when it comes to online gaming will it be as good as Xbox live or does Nintendo still don't get it
not at all, if you are buying Black Ops II or any competitive online shooter you'd probably be far better off on PC, PS3, or Xbox360. Nintendo just ins't that go to competitive online system when it comes to titles like that, so they are fine how they are, no need being something your not. Chances are if you plan on buying a Wii U, it isn't for the competitive FPS's...
That makes no sense. Why wouldn't they deliver the same kind of experience? Is it not that developers are free to use their own structure for online play on Wii U?
That is totally unfair consider we have no idea what the online infrastructure is like ... Cod on WiiU wasnt bad except for lag but they obviously fixed that with 3ds
Correct not real Black Ops 2 will be some imitation for WII U cos is not powerful enough for Black Ops 2 like Batman AC
You do realize that Batman AC was up and running at E3... right? So, unless what we saw was "the greatest optical illusion is the history of... eyes", I say that the WiiU is powerful enough for Batman AC3. FYI: Troll about a topic that you know something about... nothing.
That was a pitiful troll attempt...
Air corrus, what's up with the trolling? For fk sakes,you arent even trying really.
This story seems very one sided... Think about it like this, if you get the wii-u and bo2 you could easily be the best cod player...
Wii U will enable the same online multiplayer features that have become popular in some of the competing consoles.” This is the first concrete statement a Nintendo executive has made about Wii U’s ability to offer the same online functionality as other consoles on the market, and it also seems to be real confirmation that Miiverse is in fact Nintendo’s version of Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network.
"With computational horsepower that places the console on par with Microsoft and Sony’s 7-year-old Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 hardware" No, no real developer has said this. Not even in that interview.
I am glad to see that Nintendo is aggressively pursuing 3rd party devs. I have heard this old song and dance plenty of times before, but Nintendo seems to be turning over a new leaf. I wish them luck. Very bias article.
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