Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Quenchables: We Do Not Care How Powerful PS4 And Xbox 720 Will Be – Nintendo

Quenchables: We Do Not Care How Powerful PS4 And Xbox 720 Will Be – Nintendo

“We have not changed our strategy. In other words, we just do not care what kind of ‘more beef’ console Microsoft and Sony might produce in 2013. Our focus is on how we can make our new console different than [others].” – Nintendo’s global president Satoru Iwata speaking to Gamasutra.

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  • nick

    hes right though, but thats exactly the problem.
    the wiiu IS NOT different!
    IF the wiiu was so different and offered so many things you could not even dream possible on other systems than the wiiu would be fine!
    the wiiu would easily be able to stand on its own and do extremely well if it was so unique and different, the fact that it is so out dated hardware wise would not matter.
    but its not unique, its not different!
    everything you can do with the wiiu you can do with xbox smartglass, so sorry ninty but you got nothing!
    thats what really puzzles and pisses me off.
    how many times in nintendo direct sessions has he said we think you will say well that is certainly unique.
    i mean does he think were living in caves still just discovered fire?
    there is NOTHING unique about the wiiu, and that is exactly the problem!
    ninty either need to make this the most powerful system possible, which is not going to happen.
    make it so unique and amazing which is not going to happen.
    so sadly i seriously cant see it doing too well.
    yea it offers very unique different styled games, but is that enough?
    for once i really dont think nintys first party division is going to be enough to flag their way through.
    they need more than unique games, and sadly they just dont have it!
    sorry iwata, i WANT to say well that certainly is unique.
    but i cant simply because ITS NOT!