Wii U needs a game that shows that it can do "next gen" graphics.

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3 years ago#1
We've got megaton graphical games launching this year on the PS3, still, yet so far nothing on the Wii U shows off it's muscle. This needs to be fixed.

I think Nintendo should make some sort of detailed game, couldn't hurt plus a new IP is always good.
3 years ago#2
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3 years ago#3
I'm sure the games nintendo are working on will have great graphics (New 3D mario, mario kart & zelda U)
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3 years ago#4
There's this certain company called Monolith Soft doing a game that might just be the one to watch. Dunno if it's a new IP, though.

But it's probably not coming this year.
3 years ago#5
Yeah, this looks okay for starters. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K40orKpbJBU
3 years ago#6
From: userfrigginame | #005
Yeah, this looks okay for starters. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K40orKpbJBU


Looks like a sequel to Lost Planet. Maybe it'll be fun, but graphically impressive it is not.
3 years ago#7
Anyone else no longer impressed with games that try to be realistic? I am so tired of every game going for a gritty and realistic look. They are usually outdated looking within a year or two.

I would rather games tried to be visually striking instead. Look at Wind Waker, Okami, they have held up very well even though they are originally 480 games. Okami HD looks fantastic.

Ni No Kuni looks incredible and will still look great 10 years from now. A game like Uncharted is already out dated.
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3 years ago#8
From: PENDRAG0ON | #007
Anyone else no longer impressed with games that try to be realistic? I am so tired of every game going for a gritty and realistic look. They are usually outdated looking within a year or two.

I would rather games tried to be cheerful instead. Look at Wind Waker, Okami, they have held up very well even though they are originally 480 games. Okami HD looks fantastic.

Ni No Kuni looks incredible and will still look great 10 years from now. A game like Uncharted is already out dated.


Uncharted still looks good, whatchu talkin bout
3 years ago#9
Icecreamdunwich posted...
From: userfrigginame | #005
Yeah, this looks okay for starters. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K40orKpbJBU


Looks like a sequel to Lost Planet. Maybe it'll be fun, but graphically impressive it is not.


That's bs. I'm pretty sure you'd be the type to say Crysis isn't even that graphically impressive if it were a Nintendo property
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3 years ago#10
From: Virus66 | #009
Icecreamdunwich posted...
From: userfrigginame | #005
Yeah, this looks okay for starters. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K40orKpbJBU


Looks like a sequel to Lost Planet. Maybe it'll be fun, but graphically impressive it is not.


That's bs. I'm pretty sure you'd be the type to say Crysis isn't even that graphically impressive if it were a Nintendo property


What are you talking about? I'm not a fanboy, I'm a realist. X looks like a fun game but it is not graphically impressive.
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