James Melrose from thatgameshow.net shares his thoughts on why he thinks that the Wii U won't be the roaring success Nintendo needs in his new blog series "The Fire Door".
Well, it is the future... since it hasn't come out yet... he he he but seriously, it will be the "future" until next gen consoles come out. The controller will be a novelty the same way the wiimote was and will die out sooner rather that later, and even sooner because I don't think that people who bought the Wii to play Wii sports (grandmas, mothers and sisters) will be interested in this device.
Not a chance. It doesnt play BlueRay movies , it doesnt upscale DVD to 1080P and it doesnt have a GT or Forza type game. It might be powerful , but without those its nothing to me.
". It doesnt play BlueRay movies , it doesnt upscale DVD to 1080P" It doesn't play DVD...So why even bother say that xD "and it doesnt have a GT or Forza type game" Well thank miyamoto for the best racer ever : F-zero.
gt and forza suck and are boreing games dont u ever bring up such trash again
LOL I have to disagree. I like proper racing games not arcade racing rubbish.
they are boring and slow noting fun about them worst games ever made i win
it will be released on the future, so basically, it is... now, if the wiiU will be revolutionary, that is completely diferent question...
I can confidently say that the Wii U is the future.Nintendo 1st/2nd party games sell well(go check software sales for the Wii), so (like the PS2) I believe once the consumers purchase the Wii U, they'll be satisfied with the amount of software the hardware will be producing. The Wii U is a multi-console owner's dream.
I can't wait to see what Retro Studios brings to the Wii U.
Yes Yes, we can all comment on headlines. Literally speaking, it will be released in the future. That's not the point of the article. That'd be like writing an article entitled "Tomorrow is Tuesday" on a monday.
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