Splitkick: With Wii U on the horizon, it’s pretty clear that we’re closing in on the end of this console generation. We’ve covered Nintendo’s new machine on Splitkick already, raising concerns about its ability to stand side-by-side with the coming competition, at least in terms of power. Some people claim that the visual quality offered by this generation can’t be improved on. They claim we are reaching the peak of how good real-time experiences can look. They claim Nintendo doesn’t need to worry about keeping up.
They are wrong.