GLORIOUS DAY! My predictions are now proven true.

#1ajko000Posted 5/15/2013 11:36:10 PM
http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-secrets-of-the-wii-u-gamepad

I knew this was coming, but I didn't want to boast until I actually saw it in action.

I expect at least a two year wait until this is fully complete.


PC always wins. WOOT!
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#2wingo84Posted 5/15/2013 11:40:13 PM
http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/631516-wii-u/66207404


http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/631516-wii-u/66200528




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#3ajko000(Topic Creator)Posted 5/15/2013 11:41:15 PM
Oh, I'm sorry, do you search for similar topics every time you post them?

I thought not.

Either way, MORE PUBLICITY FOR THIS!
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#4Wiiplayer111Posted 5/15/2013 11:42:55 PM
How exactly did pc win?
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#5ajko000(Topic Creator)Posted 5/15/2013 11:44:29 PM
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#6NikraPosted 5/15/2013 11:46:44 PM
So what!! As they state, The Wii U itself is almost impossible to hack. Who cares that they can use the Gamepad on a PC. LMFAO
#7Wiiplayer111Posted 5/15/2013 11:47:05 PM
ajko000 posted...
Wiiplayer111 posted...
How exactly did pc win?


Well, once full Wii U emulation is complete, we can break the bonds of Nintendo's poor choices. Examples being better textures, sounds, controls, mechanics, you name it.

It's more of a win for those who wish to dissect their favorite games.


If you read the article they actually say Wii U emulation will be a daunting task. Just because they got the gamepad to project to a pc doesn't mean emulation is anywhere near close.
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#8ajko000(Topic Creator)Posted 5/15/2013 11:49:49 PM
Of course, the same goes for any other system. The Wii and Gamecube seemed daunting at the times they tried, but they pulled it off.

Nintendo isn't exactly good at keeping things to themselves, as hard as they try.
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#9Wiiplayer111Posted 5/15/2013 11:52:54 PM
ajko000 posted...
Of course, the same goes for any other system. The Wii and Gamecube seemed daunting at the times they tried, but they pulled it off.

Nintendo isn't exactly good at keeping things to themselves, as hard as they try.


Yes but the wii u is more custom than those. Its a lot easier to know the parts of something when it uses the same thing you could buy from a store. But Wii U's parts are custom and only Nintendo knows the ins and outs of how custom it is
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#10NikraPosted 5/15/2013 11:56:51 PM
ajko000 posted...
Of course, the same goes for any other system. The Wii and Gamecube seemed daunting at the times they tried, but they pulled it off.

Nintendo isn't exactly good at keeping things to themselves, as hard as they try.


Did you actually read the article? It took multiple people a week just to hack the WII U gamepad, after they gave up on the Wii U console. What a bunch of loosers. LOL