With so many multi-platform games flooding Wii U’s launch window, Lewis asks whether we’re doomed to another generation of dodgy ports.
Microsoft and Sony receive, yet they complain about ports? I really don't understand this flawed logic of thinking.
Agree more. It's silly and additionally, every console starts out with ports. It's a quick way to establish a market on the new console and for devs to familiarize themselves with the hardware.
Well said to both of the above
Exactly, I mean what do they want it to be like the Wii? With a tiny amount of decent games on it? Want to wait for Zelda and Mario again? Ports are nothing but a plus.
Every console and handheld has and will get a lot of ports.
The only exception was the first game console.
I know wii had no support people complained now the wiiU gets it and they still complain, every console after the first will get mostly ports, i would like to see a 3rd or 4th generation console release along with 20 brand new games, this will never happen
Worst part is its a Nintendo site and I bet if we looked into their history's they've prob complained about lack of supporting..vote the site down for extreme ignorance
the wii u has exclusives that are launching.. Only the core titles are ports w very few exceptions.. If these ports dont sell well, they will cease to exist so i suggest everyone goes & buys em..
Everybody needs to get over it. If you want exclusives, there is a few in the LAUNCH WINDOW!!! That's why they call it that.
You can't expect to have a lot of games that aren't ports at the launch of a system. Some developers haven't had a lot of time with the console and porting is a quick way to get a game out whilst introducing themselves to it before making something from the ground up, not to mention they won't want to risk losing money making a full game for the Wii U until it has an established fanbase.
Vitas doing the same and there is nothing wrong with it.
Vita? what is that?
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