Friday, April 15, 2011

Wii 2: presentation in June, more powerful than the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360?

This is not the first time we heard about the Wii 2, we already talked about last month , but this time it's Game Informer has just launched a new stir. According them, the Wii 2 could be announced in June next, at the new E3, of course, but it is especially more powerful than the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. When we know that the potential of these consoles n is not yet fully exploited, for sure, this new rumor is enough to make us skeptical ...

According to various sources, the Wii 2 will be able to run games in HD (720p or 1080p?) and provide a graphic rendering similar and even superior to what can be found on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for several years now. Of course, if this should prove true, then the new Nintendo console would certainly succeed in attracting new editors, we could see land and licenses present in the competition, in addition to perennial Super Mario and Zelda Machin Truc.
Logically, this should also propose new Wii gameplay similar to that proposed by the current home console from Nintendo. The manufacturer could then leave on a Wiimote 2 more precise, more responsive, but we do not really know for more yet. Same for the various accessories that could accompany the console. One of two things, either the Japanese automaker will just reiterate what has contributed to the success of the Wii while improving its graphics performance, or leave it on something really new.
Needless to say that all sites have contacted Nintendo to find out more about this rumor there was no answer. What is certain in any case is that the manufacturer has no real choice.The Wii's success is primarily due to its original gameplay, but now there are similar solutions on the consoles from Microsoft and Sony. Between KINECTS and PS Move, you can even say that these last two companies have stolen the limelight.
Anyway, we'll know more probably on June 7, when will start the next E3. In any case, what is certain is that the Wii 2 will have to work hard to achieve to supplant the computing power of the PlayStation 3. Moreover, to deliver you the back of my mind (well if you're interested) , I doubt if it succeeds. And at the same time, Nintendo has never really capitalized on the raw power to impose its consoles on the market, eh, so it's quite possible that the manufacturer will surprise us again with its new console.


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