Gi - Cheesy headlines aside. It is time to revisit Nintendo‘s current position in the console generation now that Microsoft has laid bare its plans with the Xbox One. As previously rumored, the newest Xbox will be sharing similar hardware with its bitter rival in the PlayStation 4. Both will be sporting an Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) GPU and CPU. Needless to say, Nintendo is sitting in a precarious position with hardware severely outdated along with the Wii U’s “must-have” appeal not the same as the original Wii.