WILL developers be willing to downgrade their products for the WiiU? I say no

#11LightHawKnightPosted 1/2/2013 12:00:09 PM
NoJobBob posted...
Buretsu posted...
Because the PS4 and 720 are absolutely confirmed to be so much stronger than the Wii U.


Doesn't need to confirmed. Why are they going to release a new system that's just as powerful as their last one?


Cause the power difference wont be anywhere near as huge, so it is easily done with little change. There is a ceiling to how powerful someone can make a system and how much developers want to spend making a game.
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#12NoJobBob(Topic Creator)Posted 1/2/2013 12:00:34 PM
thundercat2600 posted...
Not a chance. Third-party games generally sold like crap on Wii, especially downgraded ports of 360/PS3 games.

I'm sure we'll see a few great third-party Wii U exclusives. As for ports of PS4/Xbox 720 games, it ain't gonna happen.


That's how I feel. It's going to be the Wii all over again. Developers won't want to downgrade and will be turned off by a non traditional controller
#13thundercat2600Posted 1/2/2013 12:01:53 PM
Buretsu posted...
Because the PS4 and 720 are absolutely confirmed to be so much stronger than the Wii U.


Wow this is pretty sad.

First, Nintendrones put all their hope in Wii U being some powerful next-gen system.

Now that that has been proven wrong, they're putting all their hope into PS4 and Xbox 720 barely being any powerful than PS3 and 360.

You people are delusional.
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#14BuretsuPosted 1/2/2013 12:03:02 PM
NoJobBob posted...
non traditional controller


GamePad is far more traditional than the Wiimote, plus there's always the Pro controller.
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#15T_TanggPosted 1/2/2013 12:12:03 PM
I see what you're trying to say. I bought a nintendo wii u to play exclusives. You're right though someone like me would never buy a multiplat game for the Wii U. That's why it's good to have all the systems so you can play the best ports for each system.

I really do hope that the Wii U have some interesting games that the 720 & PS4 doesn't have though. It's all about variety for me.

I kind of messed up this gen because I bought most of my games on PS3. I owned a Xbox360 very late. I'm not doing the same thing next gen though. 720 all the way for me. Don't care for Sony exclusives anymore.

If developers are going to continue making their games first on XBox then port it to Sony than I'm just going to buy a 720 so I will have the best port possible. I believe XBox is going to be the best system next gen.

My point is that if you bought a Wii U to play multiplat games then you're doing it wrong.
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#16jsb0714Posted 1/2/2013 12:20:17 PM
NoJobBob posted...
...developers do not want to put in that much work...


TC would know all about that.
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#17PaladinrjaPosted 1/2/2013 12:31:23 PM
NoJobBob posted...
No matter what people want to say, this is a serious freaking problem right here

720/ps4 is going to be serious business with graphics, and developers are going to have to be willing to release lesser products that make creative use out of the gamepad.

A lot of developers do not want to put in that much work technically only to downgrade their games just because a system doesn't have enough power. We've already established that the WiiU is as powerful as the 360 and can probably run ps3 games, but this WONT be the case when they release their new systems. It just won't

Hell, a lot of developers will even think that the gamepad won't even fit with their products, as we've already seen with MGSR. Something like Final Fantasy will probably never see the light of day on the WiiU(besides spinoffs, which is what the Wii saw)

I'm very much a realist. I see a dark and lonely path ahead for the WiiU. I feel like the graphics are strong enough for me, but there's going to have to be developers that will develop games specifically for the WiiU. This probably won't happen, though, as the wii only has one best selling game in the top 25 that isn't nintendo brand


This whole, what? is nothing more than a bunch of misrepresented old news. Kojima was only talking about the comming release MGSR & didn't rule out that they would look into it if the market was there. Tell it like it is or not at all.
#18SuperShyGuy9000Posted 1/2/2013 12:37:13 PM
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/30fps-John-Carmack-Next-Generation-Console-Framerate,19864.html

http://youtu.be/rf9WTnGDS6c
#19Beatperson14Posted 1/2/2013 12:39:03 PM
thundercat2600 posted...
Buretsu posted...
Because the PS4 and 720 are absolutely confirmed to be so much stronger than the Wii U.


Wow this is pretty sad.

First, Nintendrones put all their hope in Wii U being some powerful next-gen system.

Now that that has been proven wrong, they're putting all their hope into PS4 and Xbox 720 barely being any powerful than PS3 and 360.

You people are delusional.


This so hard
#20ShadowSkill11Posted 1/2/2013 12:43:23 PM
It's going to be the same thing that happened with the Wii and the ps3 and 360 all over again a year from now. No one will care about making WiiU games but Nintendo and a few B class and below tier games.