• Gamingfan

    I just hope its at least on par with the xbox one so we can get third party games. Anything below the power of an xbox one in 2017 is unacceptable.

    • Super Saitaman

      100% agree

    • Miguel Torez

      I don’t believe because it is on par with the Xbox one would help because it will be more of a stop gap again because both the PS4, and the Xbone One are getting upgrades and what is stopping either company from releasing exclusive to the systems similar to what Nintendo did with the New 3DS? I know Nintendo has not used the extra power much, but they could of.

      • Gamingfan

        Nothing is stopping sony and microsoft from making games exclusive to their upgraded consoles except they’d be flat out lying to the consumer. The only people that would be defending that would be playstation and xbox fanboys and f!@k the lot of them.

        • Miguel Torez

          Companies lie all the time. I wouldn’t be surprise if they go back on what was said. Consumers talk about how they hate companies who do this but in the end, I believe people will still buy these products. We buy into that I-phone crap every year, and those phones cost double what a console would cost.

          The new 3DS is a fair example too. Nintendo didn’t release Xenoblade on the old 3DS, so people with the older systems can’t play it if I am not mistaken. Yes, it is one game out of many but still it is a neglect of their loyal fanbase.

          I wouldn’t be surprised if they used a loop hole that states it is up to the develop if they want to create an exclusive game with the power of the new systems that can’t be done on the old systems.

          • Wegotexclusives

            Actually companies don’t lie all the time also nintendo said that the new 3ds would have exclusive games that would not be playable o older 3ds so where is the comparison?

  • getagrip

    NEWS FROM THE FUTURE

    oj and supermentaldave found hanging in closet together in suspenders and high heels high on poppers after nx show off….

    • WSJ4L

      Hahahahahaha.

  • getagrip

    oj says i dont understand why would you make a system then not give the content to sell the system

    i say again IT WAS A STOP GAP IN A TRANSITION ERA NINTENDO WAS BUILDING A 1.3 BILLION BUILDING TO HOUSE THERE NEW WAY

    WII DIDNT HAVE GTA DIDNT HAVE THE THIRD PARTYS

    OPTIONS FOR CONSUMERS TO ENJOY WII REMOTE ANALOG STICK DPAD RUMBLE PAD ETC

    oj again will not stop talikng friends chat as if its AMAZING its a generic thing that obviously is going to be included

    kindly show me a ps4 fan video chatting with friends oj and touchs creen drawing whilst doing so

    your talking about atiny minority of consumers who think themselves hardcore

    ninteno nx isnt aimed at a tiny consumer base its aimed at ALL CONSUMERS

    • Miguel Torez

      The original Wii had 3rd parties in some ways but most of the game were spin offs of the bigger franchises that Sony and Microsoft were getting at the time (who cares about spin offs). I look up every Wii game that came out, and the third party support was sort of there. However, some of the games were not most likely due to the power of the system.

      The Wii sold very well so Capcom put out a few classics on the system, etc. Sega was on board for the original wii. We even got a horrible version of Dead Rising for the Wii. The system was so successful that Capcom was willing to make a scaled down version, which is more than what I can say about the games that the Wii U gets or got at the time.

      No third parties noticed the value in the Wii U at all. Ubisoft dropped the Wii U support early, and they were a company that normally stuck by Nintendo. If the Wii U sold, like the Wii, I am more than sure we would of got some good games from third parties because all they had to do was port them from the PS3 or Xbox 360 (those consoles still get games today).