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Discussion in 'Wii U - Games & Content' started by soulx, Sep 27, 2013.
That feel of next gen.
Not really surprising.
Kinda like the whole system - between next gen and current gen, closer to current gen. ;O;
This really isn't that shocking honestly. The system itself is kinda trapped between the generations.
Title is wrong, he said "maybe". But I suppose that's just nitpicking.
I'm not surprised though. Companies aren't putting much effort into the Wii U at the moment. They're just half-assing ports so that some of them are lower quality than 7th gen or are missing features (especially EA).
Anyway, generations are a matter of dates. People need to realize that. The Wii U, PS4, and X1 are all 8th generation, regardless of their power.
Of course, that's very true. "In-between generations" is just a generalization.
translation: a lame port
get the pc version peoples
I wouldn't expect much from WiiU, it's specs are closer to PS3 than PS4.
The fact that WiiU is much weaker than it's concurrents make it very likely that this scenario will repeat over and over again,
for the most part of multiplatform titles
Daily reminder the Wii U has more potential than the Xbox One and PS4.
That guy is straight up delusional.
Daily laugh of the day?
Have you seen Pikmin 3?
lol. That person has zero knowledge on Wii U. Wii U is no way stronger than X1/PS4.
There is no way Sony can use Cell for PS4. IBM discontinued R&D on Cell, making it pretty much a dead platform. Also, x86 is so much easier to program than PowerPC used by Wii U. Meaning it is much easier to make x86 runs efficient than PowerPC.
You people aren't goobers. You're the goobest.
that's what PC is for use the wiiu to play zelda and mario that's what i do
Lolwut? That was so terrible I think you gave me cancer.
All kidding aside, the environments in Pikmin 3 were absolutely beautiful.
On topic: who cares. The game is going to look amazing no matter what platform it's on. What you'll get to see a tiny bit extra sparks or something? Who cares, it really won't detract from the experience that much.
Getting this for the Wii U and not PS3 or PS4. Problem?
Except people don't usually play PC on their living rooms.
Nothing beats playing a game on a 50' tv