2012 Speculatron Roundup

April 16, 2011 by Post Team 

2012 Speculatron Roundup, Dedicated Geekologists be familiar with the basic operation and maintenance of the Speculatron, the engine is no wonder that transforms information unconfirmed, unofficial rumors, and rumors of every kind in positions of ‘Ology freshly baked. Over the years, the Speculatron has had to investigate some serious mystery, but today faces its most trying task yet: Making sense of the speculation surrounding the rumored new HD Nintendo console.

We are calling this thing the Wii in the office, but we have no reason to believe that a new Nintendo console could follow in the footsteps of its predecessor with motion control. Above all, that just comes with subtitles ridiculed for “Wii 2″. You know: “Wii: Panic on Funkotron.” “Wii 2: Judgement Day.” We hope, of course, that this a necessary step towards a console that will ultimately be known as “Wii Reyes 3.”

OK. Enough word games. Time for some rumors.

Everyone has been talking about a “Wii ” or “Wii HD” for a while, but it is especially revealing that Game Informer has just jumping on the bandwagon of speculation. The magazine said that hearing from several sources that Nintendo planning to unveil a next-generation console on or before E3 this year. The word, the console would debut in 2012 and have HD graphics, but opinions are divided about how these hypothetical definition graphics could be compared to those found in the PS3 and Xbox. For its part, the games journalism center IGN has sources who say the new console will be backward compatible with all Wii games and is “more powerful” than its competitors the next generation.

But then, a French site called net (known for his successful detective NGP) unearthed some of the specs for the new console, which according to unidentified sources is called Coffee Project. ” The system sports three IBM PowerPC CPU cores – hardware similar to what is inside of an Xbox 360. More interesting are the data on the control – apparently, the peripheral has a six-inch, single-input touch screen built in, along with a set of standard buttons and … mounting a front camera? The controller also doubles as a Wii sensor bar for those who take advantage of backward compatibility.

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