A second image of the ‘Project Café’ SDK leaks out – fake or not?
Yesterday, an image of what was thought to be a Wii 2/Project Café document leaked out, depicting a number of controllers for the system. It also included a colourless schematic of the Wii 2 console itself, which looked like an unexciting white box.
Today, that box suddenly gets a bit more exciting. Nintendo Master published a new picture today which appears to reveal the unit in its full glory. They note that if the image is, in fact, real, it is one of a development kit, so it may not look exactly like the unit that consumers will get to buy in stores. See the image after the break.
The text is a little blurry in the image, so I’ll save you the trouble of deciphering it. It reads:
Project Café is simply the most developer-friendly SDK the industry has ever seen. Deliver unparalleled next generation performance at current generation costs. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
- easy portability from PC, Xbox 360
- anytime live update past release
- integrated Ad-Live framework
There is still a good chance this is fake, but seeing the same console design leak out of a different source is bumping the credibility meter up a little. I’ll keep you posted on any further updates we get on this. Until then, we’re free to speculate: now that we get a second picture of the same console, do you still think it’s a fake? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
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