Is it a positive or a negative for players, people who might be considering a new console, that Nintendo is still using Wiimotes? Which means that publishers can continue to make Wii games, potentially; so they're not having to create games for Wii U, but the system still runs them. |
They may even be branded up as Wii U games, but could be run just as well and capably on a Wii. Could that hold up the evolution, and team's interest in exploring the machine? Do the development costs differ between the two - since that could be a kind of failsafe, against that kind of situation.
Edited by Machetazo at 11:25:17 09-06-2012
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