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Wii U has OS level screenshot function, can hide spoilers

GV: Operating system level screenshot integration will allow people to take screenshots whenever they want.

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Y_51501483d ago

That sounds 'NEXT GEN' to me! :D

badz1491483d ago

PSP could do it with CFW and Vita has it by default. the PS3 can do it too using print screen button on the keyboard although the only game I knew has this is Resistance 2 but still...the PS3 supports it it's just devs don't use it. I'm happy Nintendo is following suit as on the Vita this feature is very nice but it's no NEXT GEN!

wampdog291483d ago (Edited 1483d ago )

Again, though, not OS level.... meaning ALL games will be able to do this. Hell, most likely in any app as well.

badz1491483d ago

you can do screenshot on all games

FlairSomewhere1483d ago

Not to be off topic, but I like the way Nintendo of Japan has listed the display resolutions on the back of the box, 480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p, 1080p. It actually goes in ascending order of actual pixel lines ! This also means that it will be "upscaled" to 1080p to some extent, ala, 99% of games this past generation.

wampdog291483d ago (Edited 1483d ago )

That actually doesn't mean that.....

FlairSomewhere1483d ago

Then what does it mean on every other game box?

Why state it at all?

Some game boxes for the Wii U don't even have resolutions listed.

omarzy1483d ago (Edited 1483d ago )

Or they just listed the resolutions it and the gamepad can produce. That's always a thought. No need to look so deep into it.

"It actually goes in ascending order of actual pixel lines !"

Numbers usually ascend when they go from lower to higher. Good job.

FlairSomewhere1483d ago (Edited 1483d ago )

Yeah I had a hunch this would be interpreted as "hurrdurr 1080p lookee"

I'm just saying most of the time I see it as 720p, 1080i, 1080p.

Instead of the order I stated.

And yes, you and I both understand the definition of "ascending".

Good job.