Archive for the ‘E3 2012’ Category
Well here we have another “TECH DEMO” from the mighty Square Enix. I for for one have have it with these guys. What does it matter how gorgeous the demo is, if a game “A Real Game” never comes out using the hardware. How long ago did Square Enix show the world a Tech Demo of Final Fantasy VII??? They said it would take nearly ten years to create a remake of the title. I don’t know about you but, haven’t we waited nearly as long for Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Oh, I get it. That’s the 800 pound gorilla in the room everyone is ignoring.
It’s time Square Enix started to put the same zeal into it’s own franchises as they have with the titles they have acquired from Edios. With Kane and Lynch, Deus Ex, Hitman and Tomb Raider going back to the beginning I believe Final Fantasy should get the same well deserved attention at a reboot.But that would make too much sense. Final Fantasy from the top………………….Not likely.
Wii U Game Pad:
The Wii U GamePad™ controller removes the traditional barriers between games, players and the TV by creating a second window into the video game world. It incorporates a 6.2-inch, 16:9 aspect ratio LCD touch screen, as well as traditional button controls and two analog sticks. Inputs include a +Control Pad, L/R sticks, L/R stick buttons, A/B/X/Y buttons, L/R buttons, ZL/ZR buttons, Power button, HOME button, -/SELECT button, +/START button, and TV CONTROL button. The GamePad also includes motion control (powered by an accelerometer, gyroscope and geomagnetic sensor), a front-facing camera, a microphone, stereo speakers, rumble features, a sensor bar, an included stylus and support for Near Field Communication (NFC) functionality. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and weighs approximately 1.1 pounds (500 g).
IBM PowerⓇ-based multi-core processor. AMD Radeon™-based High Definition GPU. Wii U uses an internal flash memory. It also supports SD memory cards and external USB storage. Wii U and Wii optical discs. Wii U can access the Internet via wireless (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) connection. The console features four USB 2.0 connectors – two in the front and two in the rear – that support Wii LAN Adapters. Nearly all Wii software and accessories can be used with Wii U.
Uses six-channel PCM linear output via HDMI® connector, or analog output via the AV Multi Out connector.
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