Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada has fielded three important topics concerning Wii U.
“I’m a bit reluctant to talk about the Wii U specs, when I mentioned something earlier it got totally blown out of proportion and twisted (he commented on the Wii U's CPU)." That's what we do (the internet is serious business :P). KH: "if you’re playing Tag 2 on the Wii U at home and your parents get mad at you for taking up the TV too much, you can just take it to your bed and start playing there. Being able to take a high end game and play it in your bed is something that’s really unique so that’s the thing people are kind of missing.” That's something I can honestly say, that whomever is interested in the Wii U, surely appreciates about Nintendo's next-gen console.
I sure do, i like that idea of being able to play on the Gamepad if you can't play on the Tv.
>For example, if you’re playing Tag 2 on the Wii U at home and your parents get mad at you for taking up the TV too much, you can just take it to your bed and start playing there. Being able to take a high end game and play it in your bed is something that’s really unique so that’s the >your parents get mad at you >get mad at you >for taking up the TV too much Out of ALL the good things you could've said about the Wii U, you go for parents getting mad at kids for taking up the TV? Well, I guess you know what audience the Wii U is going for
You must have missed the rest of his statement. “I’m a bit reluctant to talk about the Wii U specs, when I mentioned something earlier it got totally blown out of proportion and twisted. However while developing Tag 2, since it’s very graphic intensive because of the multiple characters on screen, there was still some power left over for graphic capabilities so the graphics chips seems to be pretty decent. But to be honest, that’s not really even relevant because people seem to be focusing too much comparing the raw specs to other hardware. You really have to be looking at the capabilities and what features it has..."
@mr_mike He must have missed 90% of the interview trying to find a single bad thing just for his trolling moment.
N4g, keeping up the tradition of three things... -Exaggerating the bad news. -Ignoring the good news. -And apparently skewing observations about the hardware. Oh, and I forgot, anonymous sources are apparently now more reliable than big name developers who actually, you know, make games on the Wii U. Stay classy N4g.
N4G is one of the biggest cesspools in celebration of morons on the internet. I only signed up for an account to poke a stick at the trolls. I'll probably get banned soon for being cruel to dumb animals. Have you ever tried to reason with someone who is really, really, REALLY thick? It's impossible. Full stop.
Ultimately N4G is just a collection of news sources in a single location. It's true that there are a lot of trolls and even more idiots on the site. I try to be the voice of reason and not discredit others because they say something stupid. A lot of the people here are kids so you have to expect some stupid comments to be made. Still, there are some really smart people on N4G too and I enjoy conversing with them.
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