I personally don't care about specs, they aren't what Wii is about.
It's the innovation that this console has ;)
Wow, thats pretty fast. Considering the games aren't going to be in HD or anything, alot less strain on the Processor.. this is more than enough for good looking games on the Wii.
I need another source.
Yeah, man. I totally agree, besides it's almost three times the speed of the gamecube. That's plenty good enough for a new system. The SNES went from 8-bit 16-bit and more than doubled in terms of speed and such. The Playstation more than doubled that and went to 32-bit. The 64 doubled also...although because it was cartridge-based, the system's potential was cut short. And so on with the Dreamcast and blah blah blah...The PS3 only NEEDED to be around this speed, considering that it was only around 200mhz. No successor system needs to be more than four times as powerful as it's predessessors. That's how companies fail. The Wii is just perfect, imo.
Exactly. And it all depends on the developers, and who the games are programmed, and how efficiently. Such as God of War, or GT4 for the PS2, they look AMAZING! Especially that GT4 HD demo, that was impressive. And yet they want to go from 272mhz, to over 3000mhz? It's too much.Quote:
Originally Posted by jessman
I'll believe it when it comes out of Reggie's mouth.
1.1 isn't that bad lol. My laptop is like 600mhz and it runs games well lol.
Reggie is incharge of sales. Not at all with specs.Quote:
Originally Posted by seanraf
1.1GHz is awesome, i'm happy.
So? He's a trusted source for any official news from Nintendo, even if he's not in charge of 'specs'.Quote:
Originally Posted by TheMysteriousThug
They probably need this if they have licensed the Havok engine.
Wow. It's amazing that there's actually people out there who agree that it's an efficiant upgrade! Perhaps there ARE human beings in these forums, lol.