On the Com-cast this time, an exhaustive analysis of the Wii U from hardware to software to sales and marketing, as well as a brief debate about the end of consoles as we know them.
Yeah, I like it... even though when I played it at a nintendo special event I was not blown away... I think developers will find some interesting ways to utilize the dual screens... plus; HD Nintendo first party games!
Ok, so I am not getting how people complain saying the wii u is priced too high. There is no way Sony or Xbox are going to top or equal that price with their next gen consoles. And their current gen consoles started at $500+, so too get a brand new system, which has better technology, at the price of 6-7 year consoles is a steal. i see a lot of people making these complaints being very disappointed with the prices of their "preffered" brands next-gen pricing. Sony made it very clear last gen that they dont worry about console pricing because their fans will buy their ssystems regardless, so good luck with that one. Microsoft may make me eat my words but i wouldnt be upset with that because consoles should be affordable, and as a hardcore gamer the more games i can afford the better. As for him saying nintendo should cater to just the casual gamer and not release hardcore games.... he's got to be insane. Some games will not have a great functionality with the gamepad but that is up to the developers to use their own creativity. but to simply ignore these games would be corporate suicide on nintendos behalf. Graphics do not make or break a system, wii proved that. having great games is the key, and now that nintendo is openning the flood gates(true-hd, M-rated, etc..), i see nothing but goodness in their future, for kids and adults alike.
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