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Posted 02 December 2011 - 02:49 PM

yeah... Nintendo is too smart to try to do that. you honestly think they would release a system with a controller with a price point higher than the console itself? they have never released a system with a price point higher than $299.99, and I doubt they will be going back on that now. hell the 3ds isn't even that much, and it has 2 screens, is 3d and has multiple processors in it. the controller is just a screen and buttons, no actual processing will happen in the controller itself.


So you think the controller is going to cost $50...? :huh:

If its like a "tablet" then why wouldn't it be at least $200 plus the console...?

Edit: Controller will most likely cost $119 and the console will be $379.00, up from Nintendo's original $349

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Posted 02 December 2011 - 03:41 PM

So you think the controller is going to cost $50...? :huh:

If its like a "tablet" then why wouldn't it be at least $200 plus the console...?

Edit: Controller will most likely cost $119 and the console will be $379.00, up from Nintendo's original $349

it's not a tablet, tablets have their own processor, it's really just a touch screen, which are extremely cheap. I'd be surprised if the controller is over 50, and where are you getting $349 from?
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 11:45 PM

I think the Wii sold so well because at the time it was unlike anything else out there, but now with things like Kinect and Playstation Move the Wii really doesn't hold much of a market anymore.


Ya cause sony copied nintento with the move and microsoft- kinnect with the playstation eye. so sony is full of copycats.
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Posted 03 December 2011 - 10:49 PM

lolpinions. I still prefer the wii's controller over anything else currently on the market, and I don't see how you could possibly have any issue with the controller wehn it's basically a 360 controller/dual shock with a screen on it. and besides, the system still used the wii's controllers as well.


1. No real analog sticks; just the mediocre analog pads that the 3DS has.
2. Big and probably heavy
3. Expensive (there is not way a controller with a screen on it is only going to cost $50)


I think it's a niche thing. The only question is: where's the niche? It's not like your average gamer is looking forward to playing Call of Duty or FIFA 12 with a touch screen "analog pads".
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Posted 04 December 2011 - 12:45 PM

1. No real analog sticks; just the mediocre analog pads that the 3DS has.
2. Big and probably heavy
3. Expensive (there is not way a controller with a screen on it is only going to cost $50)


I think it's a niche thing. The only question is: where's the niche? It's not like your average gamer is looking forward to playing Call of Duty or FIFA 12 with a touch screen "analog pads".

did you even read the info from the first page?

Letís cut to the chase. The Wii U controller is extremely light.


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Posted 04 December 2011 - 02:41 PM

did you even read the info from the first page?

I missed that part. Then again, then original Xbox controller was fairly light, too, and it was probably the most uncomfortable controller ever (though the N64 is close behind).

I just don't see the appeal. I'm all for innovation and I'd really like to see cool new concepts, but this idea is just messy.

I almost exclusively play multiplay games, now, and Nintendo is continuing to fall far behind in that category.
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Posted 05 December 2011 - 01:47 AM

IMO I don't see Nintendo winning this console war without having titles like call of duty's, uncharted's , battlefield 3's, halo's, gears of war's, assassin's creed's, and so on.

It's games the game and the online community that overall decides how well a console sells. Nintendo needs a rig that will support those games and be on par with playstation and Xbox; Even more so with playstation 4 and Xbox 720 (or what ever it's called) just around the corner.

If Nintendo can have the blockbuster titles like the call of duty's, the halo's, the heavy rain's, and so on, along with its already successful Mario's, donkey long's, Zelda's and so on. I feel it will be a huge success for Nintendo. Doing something like gives all he groups something I like about the system; for the young to the old.

I'm hoping that the wii u will do that.

Just my 2 cents.

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Posted 09 December 2011 - 02:02 PM

It also has more to do with their system in general. I've played the Wii plenty of times I find it fun for a while but I would never own one.

The Wii and Wii U aren't conventional gaming systems like the PS3 or 360. They lost that feeling of being a true console, where you just sit back, grab a bowl of potato chips and just play some video games on the couch.

I wasn't a fan of the controls for the Wii and although it was cool at first just like the Wii U's controller but wouldn't you rather just buy a handheld device like a PSP or Nintendo DS? I find it unnesecary. Just give me a good old controller with 2 analog sticks.


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Posted 11 December 2011 - 07:46 PM

You sound like a Wii fanboy right now...

1. I wasn't talking about the Wii U, I was talking about the Wii so what you just said is completely irrelevant, especially since no information on the next PlayStation or Xbox has been released, which I highly doubt will have lesser graphics then the Wii U.

2. Lets see the top games on the PS3 and 360.. (Modern Warfare, Gears Of War, LA Noire, Battlefield, Drake's Uncharted, Fallout, GTA). Those are just a few of the many top games played on the PS3 and 360. When I look at the Wii's top games I hardly see any T or M rated games... It speaks a lot about the audience Nintendo's targeting. :rolleyes:

3. What's wrong with using an XBOX as a DVD player, you're logic is sad... and yes we do own DVD players.

4. Yes they are versatile and intuitive but that crap is so old now. I would rather play an FPS with a normal controller then a silly pair of numchucks, that just sounds completely bizarre and if you're implying that I should use those attachments to make the controllers seem like a rifle then why would I spend even more? Completely impractical. In fact I would rather play Mario with a normal controller then two silly things or using one blocky uncomfortable controller turned to the side.

5. Once again this isn't about the Wii U... completely irrelevant and when I mean "no multiplayer", how many people are going to buy a Wii to play online... sure my wording was wrong originally, but really?



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That's another thing, it seems like Nintendo is more focused on the way the game is played then the way the game plays on their system.


M rated games -http://www.ebgames.c...wii?nav=138a-35
T rated games-http://www.ebgames.c...wii?nav=138a-34
so, what else do you specifically need?

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Posted 12 December 2011 - 05:45 PM

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Posted 12 December 2011 - 07:47 PM

Completely agree with warmplate, anyone I know that owns a Wii no longer even plays it. Even I have a Wii but I regret it and wished I got a PS3 instead.
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Posted 12 December 2011 - 11:25 PM

M rated games -http://www.ebgames.c...wii?nav=138a-35
T rated games-http://www.ebgames.c...wii?nav=138a-34
so, what else do you specifically need?


Compared to PS3's and 360's games... I'd hardly calls those games top of the line...

Edit: Also your link doesn't lead to any M or T rated games. :mellow:

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 04:51 PM

Completely agree with warmplate, anyone I know that owns a Wii no longer even plays it. Even I have a Wii but I regret it and wished I got a PS3 instead.

The only Wii game I play anymore is Mario Kart, and it's been quite a while since I've even played that
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Posted 18 December 2011 - 08:17 PM

Compared to PS3's and 360's games... I'd hardly calls those games top of the line...

Edit: Also your link doesn't lead to any M or T rated games. :mellow:


MW3? Black Ops? WWE12? World at War? What other non Wii games do you play? Have you ever seen Super Smash Bros on PS3 or Xbox 360?
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Off topic, but I'm sure Wii U will get EVERY game PS3 and Xbox 360 get.

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Posted 18 December 2011 - 08:24 PM

MW3? Black Ops? WWE12? World at War? What other non Wii games do you play? Have you ever seen Super Smash Bros Brawl on PS3 or Xbox 360?
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Off topic, but I'm sure Wii U will get EVERY game PS3 and Xbox 360 get.

every 3rd party game anyway. in fact Nintendo is on record saying that they developed the WiiU in order for it to allow for wasy portability from the ps3 and 360.
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Posted 18 December 2011 - 11:55 PM

every 3rd party game anyway. in fact Nintendo is on record saying that they developed the WiiU in order for it to allow for wasy portability from the ps3 and 360.

Which will be great... until the far more powerful PS4 and Xbox 720 come out. I mean, why are we going to buy a new console to play the games that our old consoles can play?
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Posted 19 December 2011 - 12:10 AM

Which will be great... until the far more powerful PS4 and Xbox 720 come out. I mean, why are we going to buy a new console to play the games that our old consoles can play?

So you were complaining about it having a library of unique games you're not interested in, but are now doing the same for the fact that it will have the kinds of games that you already like and are used to playing. Just what the hell do you expect from a video game system? lol
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Posted 19 December 2011 - 12:27 PM

Which will be great... until the far more powerful PS4 and Xbox 720 come out. I mean, why are we going to buy a new console to play the games that our old consoles can play?


The 720 might be shown at CES in January 2012, so we'll find out. For the PS4, http://www.psxextrem...-news/9316.html
"Itís hard to say right now.I do not think weíll have a console with a lot better graphics than the PS3 currently offered.I believe the future will be to offer consumers better and more accessible experience .The aim will be to make more people enter the world of video games and try to design titles for women." These words have been said by vice president James Armstrong. So, if Wii U is already AT LEAST 50% more powerful than PS3 and Xbox 360,(Wii U is still in a developing stage) and PS4 won't be much better than PS3. That means Wii U will definitely more powerful than PS4.


http://www.nintengen...s-powerful.html And just like Sony copied Nintendo with move, and Microsoft's Kinnect with PlayStation eye, they are doing it again by coping Nintendo's "less powerful console" strategy. Sony is only made possible by Nintendo and Microsoft's ideas.


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Posted 19 December 2011 - 02:01 PM

http://www.nintendow....com/news/28734
Nintedo will show Wii U at CES which will run from Jan. 10 to 13, 2012.

http://www.nintendow....com/news/28735
Unfortunately, it will only showcase E3 2011 demos, and Nintendo will not have a booth.
I hope we learn something new about the Wii U!
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Posted 21 December 2011 - 12:21 PM

http://wiiudaily.com...nning-on-wii-u/

"Crytek, developers of Crysis and a company known to push the limits of videogame visuals, have confirmed that their brand new engine, CryEngine 3, is running on the Wii U. While Crytek isn't showing anything just yet, they confirmed to Develop that the engine is running on the Wii U and that Crytek fully supports Nintendo's new console. "


Since the Wii U is more powerful than PS3 and Xbox 360, it will have absolutely no problems. Maybe Wii U will also get Frostbite 2!

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Posted 21 December 2011 - 04:17 PM

And just like Sony copied Nintendo with move, and Microsoft's Kinnect with PlayStation eye, they are doing it again by coping Nintendo's "less powerful console" strategy. Sony is only made possible by Nintendo and Microsoft's ideas.

I wouldn't buy a PS4 or an XBOX 720 that isn't significantly better than its predecessor either. I'm not quite sure from where this Nintendo fanboy-ism stems, but it is pretty apparent when people are accusing Sony of stealing Nintendo's ideas as if that is a bad thing (and even more so when every anti-Wii U post gets negged). Why do I care if Sony saw the Wii and decided that the motion sensing was cool? All I care about is whether or not I am getting the best console possible.

I use my Wii 10 times less than either my PS3 or my Xbox. Why? Because everything the Wii does, they do it better. Games? Nintendo titles aside, they run them better. Netflix? The Wii isn't even HD. Online play? There's no competition. It was the same with the PS2 and the GameCube. So far, I haven't been given any reason to believe that the next generation of consoles will be any different.

Personally, I don't think I'm ready for another generation of consoles. Games like Uncharted and Skyrim are still impressing both graphics-wise and gameplay-wise and there are plenty of exciting games to come in the next few months, just not for Wii.
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Posted 21 December 2011 - 06:59 PM

I wouldn't buy a PS4 or an XBOX 720 that isn't significantly better than its predecessor either. I'm not quite sure from where this Nintendo fanboy-ism stems, but it is pretty apparent when people are accusing Sony of stealing Nintendo's ideas as if that is a bad thing (and even more so when every anti-Wii U post gets negged). Why do I care if Sony saw the Wii and decided that the motion sensing was cool? All I care about is whether or not I am getting the best console possible.

I use my Wii 10 times less than either my PS3 or my Xbox. Why? Because everything the Wii does, they do it better. Games? Nintendo titles aside, they run them better. Netflix? The Wii isn't even HD. Online play? There's no competition. It was the same with the PS2 and the GameCube. So far, I haven't been given any reason to believe that the next generation of consoles will be any different.

Personally, I don't think I'm ready for another generation of consoles. Games like Uncharted and Skyrim are still impressing both graphics-wise and gameplay-wise and there are plenty of exciting games to come in the next few months, just not for Wii.


Yeah PS2 murdered GameCube and Xbox. BUT, Wii has almost double the sales of PS3.
I know, Wii has no HD, a bad online system, and no multiplayer on shooters(less RAM space). Though, it was Wii that revolutionized the way we play games. It changed everything. Nintendo took a risk, and it payed off. Now they have to take another risk, and release the Wii U early, because the Wii is losing its life. So, to wrap things up, I hope this risk works out and Nintendo succeeds. I mean no Nintendo, no Mario!
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Posted 22 December 2011 - 11:44 AM

http://wiiudaily.com...le-at-ces-2012/
Well, if your going to Las Vegas, your in luck. Wii U will be playable to PUBLIC at CES in the second week of January. I wish I was in Las Vegas!

http://geek.pikimal....wii-u-hardware/
RUMOR!
This is just a rumor and has not been conformed by anyone. I seriously hope it works out for Nintendo. BUT, I don't think the Wii U will be delayed because Nintendo is very promising with their hardware. The Wii has the least system failures to date, while Xbox 360 has the most
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Posted 22 December 2011 - 11:54 AM

nintendo only releases quality hardware, it's what they are known for. If it's not working properly it WILL be delayed. then again, it's coming from a little french games site. i don't trust them whatsoever.
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Posted 22 December 2011 - 12:21 PM

nintendo only releases quality hardware, it's what they are known for. If it's not working properly it WILL be delayed. then again, it's coming from a little french games site. i don't trust them whatsoever.


I agree, but they have gotten a lot of other Nintendo rumors right(mostly positive ones). They were the ones that revealed the PS Vita specs before they were announced and they also revealed that Nintendo's next console will have a controller with a built in screen. They might just be right. Don't get me wrong though. I am supporting the the Wii U and hope it will be successful.

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Posted 22 December 2011 - 12:38 PM

I agree, but they have gotten a lot of other Nintendo rumors right(mostly positive ones). They were the ones that revealed the PS Vita specs before they were announced and they also revealed that Nintendo's next console will have a controller with a built in screen. They might just be right. Don't get me wrong though. I am supporting the the Wii U and hope it will be successful.

well they certainly have a track record then. it may depend on the developers they are talking to though. the only one from france that i can think of is ubisoft (and kinda activision blizzard, but they are only owned by a french company, their dev headquarters is in the usa), so that's a pretty big one. I'd have no problem with them delaying the release until it was 100%, they do it all the time, in fact i kind of expect it.
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Posted 22 December 2011 - 09:49 PM

I honestly don't think we can judge it until it comes out.
Remember the first Wii? "This is the death of modern gaming."

Result: best selling console for 5 years.
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Posted 22 December 2011 - 11:52 PM

I honestly don't think we can judge it until it comes out.
Remember the first Wii? "This is the death of modern gaming."

Result: best selling console for 5 years.


There's a reason for that.

It was revolutionary when it was first released, all ages purchased one unlike the 360 and PS3.

Like I said earlier, it was cool at first but it really lost its appeal fast and other users on here have said the same.

I learned my lesson from the Wii. The Wii U is an awesome idea but I'd rather stay with 360 and PS3 until they release new consoles.

My last favorite Nintendo consoles were, N64 and Gameboy Colour/Advance.

Also on a side note... It hardly even got close to "killing" modern gaming.

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 12:28 AM

The Wii was unable to match the gameplay of XBox and Playstation, and once people realized it many turned away from the Wii they bought.
Wii U will sell incredibly well because it will bring in a whole new brand of gaming. Wether that new brand is exciting will determine if people continue to use it.
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Posted 23 December 2011 - 12:51 PM

There's a reason for that.

It was revolutionary when it was first released, all ages purchased one unlike the 360 and PS3.

Like I said earlier, it was cool at first but it really lost its appeal fast and other users on here have said the same.

I learned my lesson from the Wii. The Wii U is an awesome idea but I'd rather stay with 360 and PS3 until they release new consoles.

My last favorite Nintendo consoles were, N64 and Gameboy Colour/Advance.

Also on a side note... It hardly even got close to "killing" modern gaming.


Yes but I'm guessing you still love Mario, Zelda, Metroid, etc. And why do you buy a PS3? For all of the great third party titles right? (MW3, Black Ops etc.) Wii didn't get good third party games because of bad hardware, and lack of buttons. It had less buttons than the PS3 controller. So the developers were forced to use motion for games with the Wii. The Wii U has good hardware, same number of buttons as PS3 controller, and can be used for motion gaming. I beats PS move because you have to buy a separate controller for it. That is why I think the Wii U will be successful. Because if people have to buy two different consoles. One for Nintendo titles, and one for third party titles. So if one console can combine both of them, people will want to buy it. As why the Wii U will be better than PS4, please refer to post # 48. It explains everything. Still, I hope Nintendo doesn't disappoint us again.(probably won't) If they do again I will never buy their console again.
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