Monthly Archives: June 2012
IGN has reviewed the Project Zero 2: Wii Edition, check it out.
IGN: Project Zero 2: Wii Edition Review
After the launch of the XL which is soon, Iwata says there are no plans for another 3DS model anytime soon and that the XL was only made because of the demand or “Great Need” of larger screens and says that nothing else really needs to be changed. I have a feeling there will be one though maybe not too soon but maybe in a year or two.
The video after the break shows more of the 3DS XL and how original DS games will look when played on the bigger screen. Read the rest of this entry
The HoR demo has already been available in Europe and will arrive on the eShop on July, 5, 2012 here in North America if this game interests you check it out I know I will.
Dean Takahashi of VentureBeat believes the WiiU won’t preform very well because it has capability issues because it has only one processor (note he isn’t talking about it not having multicore processor but it should have a dedicated processor for streaming to the game pad) and that dual game pad streaming will present very big challenges especially for a system that really isn’t that powerful. Read the quote after the break.
I sort of agree with this and would like to see re-releases of great Wii games finally in HD like Skyward Sword and the Galaxy games.
Shin’en developer Manfred Linzner thinks that re-released HD Wii games on Wii U would be better than many of the current games that are available on consoles such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Nintendo hasn’t mentioned whether or not it will release select Wii games in HD, but it’s clearly something that fans are clamouring for.
“You could easily take many original Wii titles from Retro Studios or Nintendo and release them again in HD and they would look and play better than many current titles. I believe that the most important resource in game development is the developers, rather than the actual hardware.”
Watch The newest Kingdom Hearts 3DS trailer after the break.