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Nintendo: Wii U will not compete with next-gen PlayStation and Xbox

Posted on Wednesday, February 01 2012 @ 22:48:42 CET by


Nintendo president Satoru Iwata clarified that while the Wii U will support HD gaming, the console will not be able to compete with the next PlayStation and Xbox console in terms of performance.
Nintendo has admitted that while its forthcoming Wii U game console will support high-definition graphics and will be rather powerful, it will not be able to compete with the next-generation systems from Microsoft Corp. or Sony Corp. in terms of performance as they will be ultra-powerful. Instead, Nintendo calls its approach balanced as it features both improvements and exclusive technologies.

"There are a variety of different ways to show the unique appeal of software. What’s important here is not to narrow down what we can do. Rather, we have to create the dynamic range of appeals that the consumers can appreciate. We decided to make a proposal of an additional screen into the Wii U controller because developers could think of a variety of different possibilities here and there of using both a big TV screen and a screen in a player’s hand," said Satoru Iwata, the president of Nintendo, during a conference call with investors.
Source: X-bit Labs



 



 

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