E3 2011: Wii U Uncut Tech Demo looks amazing

An uncut video of the Wii U tech demo has surfaced on Youtube.

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slavish32690d ago

still want to see full specs

EvilDonkey2690d ago

Do not really get why people keep talking about specs.

If you want specs, go PC.

The gfx looks nice, but again, if I want top of the line gfx, ill go PC (Well, I do have a PC).

I want to see whats possible gameplay wise with this new console.

xtreampro_REVENGE!2690d ago

"If you want specs, go PC."

That makes absolutely no sense, knowing the specs of the console will help us in knowing whether fully fledged games on the WiiU can produce the graphics shown in this tech demo.

Knowing what the product you've purchased has inside is a good thing.

ProjectVulcan2690d ago (Edited 2690d ago )

The specs matter for this machine in particular. Why? Because if nintendo want this to sell to the core market as they have kept on about, they matter.

If Nintendo have something more powerful than Ps3 and 360, then they need to shout it from the rooftops so the core will take note. They need to bang on about how good their online service will be for this machine.

The fact that they haven't in either case, could be worrying. It is for me.

smurfz2690d ago

Looks really impressive but I want to an actual game running on the console before drawing any opinion.

MonkJammas2690d ago

Is an impressive looking tech demo, but tech demos usually are. As smurfz said, will reserve judgement until they show an actual game.

HmongAmerican2690d ago

nice find. im really impress with the way Nintendo step up their game. Zelda in HD is a dream come true.

prongs1232690d ago

why they didn't show the full thing during the conference. I want to see real games though, as the others above me already stated.

death2smoochie2690d ago

We need to see actual game play.
Saying that, if the specs are true to the rumor than expect to see some impressive console level graphics then

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