Will nintendo always be a genratiom behind now?

#1Murderstorm117Posted 2/12/2013 5:58:37 PM
They did it two generations in a row now. Will they ever step up to the plate and have a console with better specs then their competition or will they forever be stuck with trying to get new gimmicks? They have to realize by now that most developers don't want to downgrade games in order to work on weak hardware.
#2Prince ShondronaiPosted 2/12/2013 6:00:08 PM
If the PS4 and 720 have lifecycles as long as the 360 and PS3's, Nintendo will be able to jump ahead once the Wii U's 5-ish-year lifespan is up.
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#3HELZEROPosted 2/12/2013 6:05:11 PM
No. Last gen they had a free pass bc of Wii's innovative motion controls. This gen the consumers wont be so nice and Nintendo will be doomed as a failing company.
#4MathewMansonPosted 2/12/2013 6:08:06 PM
You obviously never were around when the Genesis and PS1 were around. Both very successful systems which were weaker than the opponent.
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#5SychinLegacyPosted 2/12/2013 6:09:11 PM
This post is assuming the 720 and PS4 are going to be tech powerhouses. The majority of rumors are pointing otherwise.
#6ORANGE666Posted 2/12/2013 6:09:36 PM
I think after this gen, gaming will head in a different directions beyond the standard controller.

Sony is already developing Virtual Reality games, their 3D VR headset is just the start. They've talked about VR FPS and VR MMORPG games.
#7Murderstorm117(Topic Creator)Posted 2/12/2013 6:10:09 PM
SychinLegacy posted...
This post is assuming the 720 and PS4 are going to be tech powerhouses. The majority of rumors are pointing otherwise.


Your assuming that the ps4 and 720 will be the same as their 6-7 year old counter parts
#8AllConsoleLoverPosted 2/12/2013 6:12:46 PM
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#9b1gt0nePosted 2/12/2013 6:13:55 PM
genratiom lol
#10AllConsoleLoverPosted 2/12/2013 6:14:23 PM
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