The lights are on
Since E3 2011, Nintendo has been quiet about the Wii U, it's next generation console. The company plans to show off the system to the media next month at the Consumer Electronics Show, but don't expect to hear anything new.
Nintendo will show the Wii U to members of the press behind closed doors and will not have any new announcements for the event.
"Nintendo of America, working with the 2012 International CES management, will offer demos of the upcoming Wii U console to members of the media who did not see the system at the 2011 E3 Expo," a representative told Game Informer. "However, Nintendo will not have a booth at CES, nor does it plan to include any games, experiences or information beyond what was available at the 2011 E3 Expo.
"Production and development efforts remain on track for the Wii U launch, which will take place between the start of the 2012 E3 Expo in June, and the end of 2012."Nintendo previously said it will re-unveil the Wii U at E3 2012.
well, thats a tease
So in other words, they unveiled the Wii U way too early and are now trying to fix that mistake. I don't really care about the Wii U at this point as long as they continue to produce quality for their major franchises.
We shall see....
I want to see if the rumors about 1gb of eram is true or not or if they will go with less. I just pretty much want to know it's guts before i make my decision.
I guess their planning to go all out at E3
Meh, not really excited for it. I already have a 360, and I could care less for another Mario, Zelda, or cartoony platformer. I mean, the first 2 years of games will be remakes of already established PS3 and 360 games. I guess I'm just tired of NINtendo playing catch up, while I can play Gears, AC, BF, BAC, or any other good game. (Just my opinion).
Wait whats the point then?
they really need to show us what this console can do
I happen to be looking forward to the Wii U. I think it'll make a perfect trifecta with my PS3 and my gaming PC. Don't care too much about a 360. The exclusives never appealed to me.