gypsygib wrote:Profits are thin enough, I imagine most games to look like higher res, better frame rates versions of current games with way better effects and lighting.
IAmTheWalrus wrote:gypsygib wrote:Profits are thin enough, I imagine most games to look like higher res, better frame rates versions of current games with way better effects and lighting.
I'm looking forward to next gen AI, physics and animations as opposed to jaw dropping graphics.
Skullet wrote:It'll only double if Epic charge people twice as much to use Unreal Engine next gen.
WHERESMYMONKEY wrote:Doube the costs is still an insane increase when you are talking millions of pounds. If developing next gen becomes as expensive as it sounds, it'll just further push devs towards making titles for hardware thats not so costly. So probably more iOS games but hopefullt a lot more wiiU titles as well.
AJDarkstar wrote:This is why I hope the Wii U will do well - the games will be cheaper to make in the meantime, and costs will drop for those used to it by the time the Nextbox and Orbis put in an appearance, so the Wii U should get all the awesome small dev games the Wii got.
Not only that, but it sounds like the Wii U can handle far better physics than either the 360 or PS3.
That'll be a win-win for Nintendo fans then.
Sadly, most casual gamers will be lured in by Fifa, COD, etc, and go for either MS or Sony's next machine, just because it has "better graphics."
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