Sony & Microsoft's response to Wii U

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2 years ago#11
Hitagi posted...
Sony & Microsoft's response to Wii U: LOL


Give them some credit, neither (even Sony) is a big enough idiot to underestimate Nintendo again.
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2 years ago#12
''WiiMote is just like a lolly''

*Sony introduces the SonyLolly*
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2 years ago#13
Going from HD twins to the dual flops.
2 years ago#14
LHS_2012 posted...
Hitagi posted...
Sony & Microsoft's response to Wii U: LOL


Give them some credit, neither (even Sony) is a big enough idiot to underestimate Nintendo again.


Nintendo never came out with anything like Microsoft has, the Kinect is leagues ahead of a motion controller and the 3D Projection patent absolutely destroys waving a controller in the air

now Sony on the other hand, well obviously that's a direct copy
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2 years ago#15
Yes, Both Sony and Microsoft were so scared of Wii U that they filed out their patent applications back in 2011 months before Nintendo revealed the Gamepad at E3.
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2 years ago#16
Awesome! that projector will go amazingly well with my perfectly rectangular room with no other furniture, light sources, or people!
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2 years ago#17
Xeeh_Bitz posted...
LHS_2012 posted...
Hitagi posted...
Sony & Microsoft's response to Wii U: LOL


Give them some credit, neither (even Sony) is a big enough idiot to underestimate Nintendo again.


Nintendo never came out with anything like Microsoft has, the Kinect is leagues ahead of a motion controller and the 3D Projection patent absolutely destroys waving a controller in the air

now Sony on the other hand, well obviously that's a direct copy


Yet Kinect somehow manages to be less functioanl and responsive then the pre WM+ Wiimote...

PS: Eyetoy rip off.
2 years ago#18
Xeeh_Bitz posted...
LHS_2012 posted...
Hitagi posted...
Sony & Microsoft's response to Wii U: LOL


Give them some credit, neither (even Sony) is a big enough idiot to underestimate Nintendo again.


Nintendo never came out with anything like Microsoft has, the Kinect is leagues ahead of a motion controller and the 3D Projection patent absolutely destroys waving a controller in the air

now Sony on the other hand, well obviously that's a direct copy


Do I have to sit in a symmetrical, all white, unfurnished room to enjoy this 3D projection?
2 years ago#19
Wow, PS4 is make or break for Sony and this is what they're banking on? Guess those stocks being downgraded to junk status was entirely justified.
2 years ago#20
From: Foppe | #015
Yes, Both Sony and Microsoft were so scared of Wii U that they filed out their patent applications back in 2011 months before Nintendo revealed the Gamepad at E3.


Shhh, let the fanboys revel in their Nintendo love.
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