According to DICE, developers of Battlefield 3, they "Definitely see potential" in the upcoming Wii U console by Nintendo.
What else is he supposed to say? The console hasn't come out yet, devs only have early stage hardware to work with.
ppl like u who define the wrd jack...............a$$
he is a jacka** 1 of them guys that spent his life savings on a ps3 and doesnt want to beleive any system can shit all over it sorry kid but wiiu is like comparable to dx11/dx12 in 1080p with extreme frame rates was it Crytek just last week said there Nottingham branch the 1 that makes all the graphic heavy titles is super impressed by the power. As an investor said that the wiiu is 28nm so its basically a HD7000 custom so it will do graphicsway way beyond anything u see now even on pc FACT. The next ps3 ect will not be more powerful than the wiiu as its 28nm and 4/6 core power 7 cpu will be super powerful and unsurpassed for 4/5 years easy easpecially since its going to be all optimised just 4 gaming in other words look at what a 360 gpu that is equal to a HD 2000 series can do crysis2 ect. I would pay £400 straight up 4 a console with custom HD 7000 series all day long as its more powerful than a pc with a Hd7000 gpu by far and yes its confirmed by an investor the wiiu has this.
Until the next PlayStation system comes out (and Xbox).
Struggling to see how that changes their opinion. They can't see potential, even with the next PS and Xbox? Really?
I'm sure they'd be able to see potential in all of them.
But this article isn't about all of them Nathan, it's about the Wii U. But you already knew this and just wanted to take a dig.
I really hope the Wii U doesn't hold the REAL next generation consoles back. I really really hope....
I just hope devs won't use the WIi u as a gimmick like what happened with the WIi. My idea would be to use the handheld as a map which is touchscreen to place orders to your squad, and night vision/thermal activates if you hold it up to the screen.
really cool idea
It does have a lot of potential, cant wait to see what it has to offer
we saw some of the things they could do in the ghost recon on-line demo at E3, using the screen as a drone cam, or to command your squad. why do they think it has to be something completely new as long as they release battlefield on it, it will sell like hotcakes.
as long as the wii u stays under 300 i mite buy one already gat 360 and a ps3 why not get the wii u ohhh i just remember that 300 can go towards a vita and ill just use that with my ps3 and ill hav sumthing like a wii u but just better IMO
It would be cool if the second screen had a layout of your teammates and you could select one to talk to individually or select more to talk to. Also an idea for the second screen would be to mark a location on a map that would show up on other players controller map. Yes...i too see a lot of potential. By the way and off topic i wonder what the battery life will be like on the second controller?
I agree, it has a lot of potential. It would be cool to see what Devs can do with their new tablet control to intergrate it with their game. And this is coming from someone who hasn't had a nintendo console since the Snes.
the latest news coming from most all devs is realy good , at beast424tru, how is having a 6 year old console and a handheld better then the wiiu? the wiiU is way more powerfull than a ps3/360 to start with so theres no comparison IMO , why pay £250/270 for ps3 last gen graphics in a hendheld when the wiU is coming? keep your money for it
If they dont start WiiU development until 2012 and a release in 2013 then they might as well move onto the next game instead of releasing a port of a game that will be a year and a half old by then. Bad Company 3 anyone?
The potential to take dust ... just like the wii. lol I don't give the slighest chance to the wiiu
why not?? The WII U is way more powerfull than any gaming PC
Ignorance amazes me...
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