Nintendo Wii 2

April 16, 2011 by USA Post 

Nintendo Wii 2, A new Nintendo console, the Nintendo Wii, possibly two, already in the works, and could be made as soon as this summer. So say the boys of Game Informer, Nintendo demo rejiggered predicting the next generation console at the E3 annual exhibition in June. Game Informer gets the release date of the new Nintendo console in , and reports that the company is already “showing the editors of the system” in an effort to wire in some of the famous houses
“We have confirmed with multiple sources that this new home system is capable of running games at HD resolutions,” writes Matthew Kato of Game Informer. “There are conflicting reports, however, as to whether its graphics are comparable to those of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 – which means it could exceed or fall short in any way systems that provide the specifications of the competition. ”

So Kato correct? Well, it certainly makes sense now. The original Nintendo Wii was released in 2006. Among the hrdcore players, the rap against the Wii that Nintendo has always been spared the graphics, especially compared to Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 from Microsoft, which launched in and 2005, respectively. A new HD Wii 2 could change things for Nintendo.

Meanwhile, at Engadget, Sean Hollister relays a rumor that a Nintendo Wii price cut could be on the road – often a sign that a manufacturer of electronics products is about to introduce an updated model. “The moment I make any sense, given how Nintendo’s profits collapsed during a time due to hardware sales mark,” Hollister writes.

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