stealth wrote:Tended and what actually is are 2 seperate issues.
Whats the point then? Surely if you need that amount of memory then its gonna be for downloadable games or DLC.Up to 2 terabytes of data is supported via external USB hard drives, however the drive must be specifically formatted for Wii U and games cannot run from them.
stealth wrote:Barry316 wrote:It was easier when the bloody consoles said 16bit. I had no idea what it all meant but by crikey it didn't half look good on the box.
It was easier when nobody cared and we all just gamed with reckless abandon
BeansOnToast wrote:I've gone off the idea of buying a Wii U for the moment.
What I would like to see Nintendo (and third parties perhaps) do for the Wii U is bring out lots of massive open world adventure games that you can explore and get lost in. Forget about the current obsession with photorealistic textures, just create some big new worlds for us to run around in for 60+ hours.
stealth wrote:Every site ive seen groups them by product line.
toaplan wrote:stealth wrote:Every site ive seen groups them by product line.
How would you place Ouya "by product line", if it launches in Spring with the Tegra 3 SoC? Current gen or next gen? Technically I'd have to say it's last gen i.e. belongs to the Dreamcast/PS2/GC/Xbox generation.
sigourney beaver wrote:just waiting for a decent game that isn't already out on another platform now
sigourney beaver wrote:Had mine come today and I've got to say I'm really enjoying it (especially after only paying £200 for the premium eddition thank you for that balls up amazon) played zombiu the most pretty good and probs won't play nintendo land too much, just waiting for a decent game that isn't already out on another platform now