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Fri 8th Jun 2012

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dmg361 commented on Kojima Productions: We Aren't Thinking About M...:

@Magnet_Man018 That's exactly what I was thinking. It's easy to tell they're just making an excuse not to port it over. It's sad that developers aren't willing to take a chance on the WIi U and if these kind of excuses keep up, Wii U will just be another Wii: lack of third party support. I hope developers wisen up and give the Wii U a fair shake. It's a lot more powerful and capable than it looks.



dmg361 commented on Hacker Claims To Have Deciphered Wii U CPU and...:

I think people are too concerned over the Wii U's capabilities. Just play the games. Isn't that the point of playing on a console? I really think people are so blinded over high specs nowadays that they forget to play the games for what they are, instead of judging them every step of the way.

Those who played games in the 80's and 90's like myself can relate, but I don't expect the newer generation to understand of course. They missed out on what true gaming was about



dmg361 commented on Molyneux: Wii U Is Good, But It's Not Great:


Don't know about you....but I don't take mobile gaming seriously and isn't anywhere on par with consoles. Crappleware sounds about right to consider mobile games.

I've played a few, but none of them are impressive, that also goes for Angry Birds.



dmg361 commented on Review: ZombiU (Wii U):

I think the game is okay overall, but there's plenty of room for improvement. Even so, it's a decent start for an IP on a Nintendo console. Hopefully they'll make a bigger and better game next time around if a sequel is in the cards.



dmg361 commented on THQ Adds Clarity To The Wii U "Horrible, Slow ...:

I don't see the big deal if they don't like the Wii U's cpu. It's their opinion and other developers aren't saying the same thing and if they noticed it's slower they sure seem to find ways around that and make it work just fine.

Due to THQ's financial problems, they're probably doing the right thing and sticking to what they know. Wii U is new to them so I can agree with them on it's easier to develop on a system that you're familiar with than one you're new to.