WiiU Slowdown

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2 years ago#1
Due to the announcement of Hyrule Warriors slowing down when a WiiU gamepad is added for multiplayer play, I've been wondering if this is the case for all WiiU games. Has anyone seen any difference in processing speed between playing with the gamepad on or off?
2 years ago#2
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2 years ago#3
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2 years ago#4
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2 years ago#5
no
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2 years ago#6
Wasn't it just resolution that was affected?
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2 years ago#7
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2 years ago#8
wat. All games lower the resolution during local multiplayer.
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2 years ago#9
Evilcrachitt posted...
Wasn't it just resolution that was affected?


If you watch the video, you can see the frame-rate also takes a dip.
2 years ago#10
no, this is tecmo's fault. maybe they din't put a lot of effort in this. the Wii U is a very capable machine.

even call of duty ghost, this game that almost make it's way to the Wii U can do this type of multilplayer and both screen runs at 60FPS (even online). really impressive for a studio that doesn't have interest in Nintendo.

and this hyrule warriors thing for me is unacceptable, and Nintendo is supervising this game.
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