Reggie: ‘We’ve only shown 10% of the Wii U’s potential’
In a video interview with the publication EFE at E3, Reggie Fils-Aime said that they’ve only shown 10% of the Wii U’s potential off at this point.
There’s a lot more to be shown in terms of the games and the experiences, but what we are communicating is this idea of two screens – the main TV screen and then the screen you have up close – and how it can create new and different experiences.
This goes hand-in-hand with a previous report we’ve heard claiming that the Wii U’s final specs are yet to be revealed. Let’s face it: there is probably still at least a full year between now and the Wii U’s release, and Nintendo are probably holding back some of the bigger announcements about the console and its games until we get closer to its release date.
Let’s just hope that’s the case. Third-party support is great, but I’m aching to see some first-party projects behind this machine.
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