Nintendo Wii U: Updates:
Recently, an article posted at MyNintendoNews reports that Nintendo’s President, Satoru Iwata has announced the possible 3D capability of Wii U.
This is good news for both home and hardcore gamers, as they can now play their favorite Nintendo games in a wide display of 3D images.
It appears that Nintendo is sighting the home console market with 3D capabilities of which is the latest trend.
Apparently, we can see that Nintendo is serious in competing with its counterparts.
Not to mention, their resilient move might shock us one day as they will bring back the banner as the best among the rest.
Even with this new announcement, skeptics are wondering why they never announced this 3D feature at the E3 2011.
For some reason, they can normally reveal Nintendo’s 3D capabilities at the world’s renowned gaming Expo, if they wanted to ignite the gamer’s interest in their product.
But as Satoru Iwata have stated that they are not focusing on that area, then it lead us to think that Nintendo must have been working on something bigger for Nintendo Wii U.
On one side, the news apparently suggests that Nintendo is successful in adding the 3D capability in their device and that the inclusion of 3D technology is a way towards the greater success.
However, we are waiting for Nintendo’s competitors (Microsoft and Sony) reaction with this update. As we can blatantly see and hear, the gaming market is already in heat for 3D capable gaming consoles and devices.
I don’t believe Microsoft will miss the competition. We will see it further next year on the arrival of Xbox 720.
Furthermore, for Nintendo we highly expect that they are going to offer us their next-gen console in totally different next-gen visuals.