Here's an interesting article on Forbes.com relating to Wii U and how it can potentially keep up with inevitable high powered competition down the line. With a renaissance in Japanese games development predicted, a predicted fight-back of sorts, fans will naturally hope this is good news for the Wii U in years to come.
As Nintendo acquires more and more exclusive publication rights and positions itself to fully integrate social media into the console experience, could there be a sea change on the video game industry’s horizon?
The Wii U has been generating a huge amount of buzz in the video game industry lately.
Some argue that the next-gen console is underpowered, and will stumble badly when the offerings from Sony and Microsoft show up.
Others say the graphics are in their early stages and will improve.
Still others point out that games like Black Ops II will run at 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution, something the current consoles couldn’t hope to achieve.
But graphics are really secondary to what makes this latest Nintendo console so interesting.
Nor is the fancy tablet controller particularly intriguing.
For that matter, it’s not really the console itself that makes the Wii U an important step in Nintendo’s evolution.
What makes the Wii U so very, very important is its games. In particular, all the exclusive titles we’ve seen lately, from Bayonetta 2 to ZombiU to Rayman Legends.
Content Is King... (continued)