Wii U a “Dream” to develop for, heralds many “Possibilities”

A developer shares their thoughts with website Non Specific Action.

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PopRocks3592201d ago

Oh wow. An anonymous developer saying something positive about the Wii U's specs? And look at that! Next to no buzz! That's just typical.

Seriously guys, if you're going to respond to the bad news, at least acknowledge the good stuff that comes with it.

Emilio_Estevez2201d ago

If they can't name a source then I don't believe it, regardless of good or bad perception.

PopRocks3592201d ago

So you'll believe it when an anonymous developer says the Wii U is underpowered compared to its competition, but when another anonymous developer says exactly the opposite, it's invalid?

What source did the other anonymous quotes have? They're anonymous; they don't have a source listed. We know nothing about these developers, their resume or anything else about hem other than that they formulated some sort of opinion about the Wii U.

Sense, why you no make it?

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MrMushroom2200d ago

As long as you stick to to your guns on that, then I understand you. Seen many a guy turn around when the situation 'fits' him.

Emilio_Estevez2200d ago

@poprocks - did u read my comment? No source, no validity imo - Don't care if they say it's the greatest thing ever or the worst.

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Gaming4Ever2200d ago

Very good point. Positive news = no reaction. Negative = oh my god, Nintendo is doomed! People like negativity.

GribbleGrunger2200d ago

correction: people like confrontation

Morrigan-Aensland2200d ago (Edited 2200d ago )

People realize what the Wii u is just like they realized what the Wii is.

The Wii doesn't have 1:1 motion controls like Nintendo said and it lacked technologically advanced core games. Casual gamers jumped on the hype train but they didn't buy a lot of the software. It's the highest sold console this gen but its played less than people playing ps2 today. People see the Wii for what it is today so they know the gimmick controller with the games aren't anything special. A lot if people will not go out to get the Wii u because of the lesson they learned by buying a Wii.

In today's world where people are useto sleek ipads and smart tablets and such will see the Wii u pad as being a big fisher price toy.

Gamers and anyone who knows about gaming knows that most developers aren't making anything for Wii u and most wouldn't want their highly anticipated titles on the Wii u.

I can't wait till next gen consoles are announced with a few games shown. I don't understand people not thinking of the practicality of using a separate device to look on during playing a game on a tv. A lot of times when I play video games I don't even want to blink my eyes much less to look down on a controller to press hotkeys on a screen. To each his own but I can't be bothered with gimmicks and old tech mentality of Nintendo. I'm glad for the fans though.

Gaming4Ever2200d ago

@GribbleGrunger - confrontation comes from negativity.

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney2200d ago (Edited 2200d ago )

I never understood why the mind usually is in favor for bad news.. This is why the news is so popular. If they only showed good things ratings would decrease.

I think could be true.. It uses basic pc parts to devs love that..

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Jadedz2201d ago (Edited 2201d ago )

"Apparently the console is a “dream” to develop for because the system architecture is so “simple” and “easy”, allowing developers to get games “up and running” incredibly fast."

ish just got real... good!

Fishy Fingers2200d ago

Can't see them using any 'wacky' hardware like Sony, or any benchmark setting top end stuff so I'm not surprised its an enjoyable system to work on.

Probably like that few year old PC, but with a shiny new controller.

KingItachi2200d ago

These anonymous devs need to put a name behind these comments.

thetrugamer2200d ago

Risky business, trust me, I've been there. (Not as a dev).

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