Wii U owners are reporting that when playing Wii games on their new console via an HDTV with 1080p display resolution, the game actually look better – which is good news for those who’ve amassed quite a large Wii library over the years. While the backwards compatible console doesn’t render older games in 1080p, Wii U will upscale the games in the same manner as a decent HDTV line. While the games won’t contain as much detail as the newer Wii U offerings, rough edges are smoothed and few touch ups will at least be applied. In short, your Wii games may not look “as good” as your Wii U games on your spankingly nice TV, but they won’t look horrible either, and that’s a good thing. Via: NeoGAF, CVG.
Although Microsoft has yet to officially announce that a new Fable game is in the works, more and more sources are coming out to confirm there is in fact one in development.
Watch new Assassin's Creed Origins mission Incoming Threat, which sets the game up for the Hidden Ones DLC expansion
Assassin’s Creed Origins gets its first story expansion, The Hidden Ones, next week.
Street Fighter 5 Fight Money guide: all missions, extra battle, grinding EXP and other tips for earning FM
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Xbox director of development Boyd Multerer has said he “fully expects” more developers to achieve native 1080p on Xbox One as studios become more comfortable with the console’s GPU and ESRAM.
Sony’s senior development manager, Simon Benson, told attendees during his 3D demo at Develop this week the guidelines for 3D gaming on PS3 limit the display resolution at 720p.
How tough is it to scatter readable text throughout a game? According to Rare, it’s like pulling teeth. From an enraged bear. Thus, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts’ under-sized utterances likely won’t be going up a font size – at least, not within the foreseeable future. Said Rare community manager George Kelion, in a post on […]
Michael Pachter has told Gamasutra that with Wii’s “cheap and novel” gameplay, it was no wonder the console was such a big hit in ’07 and ’08. However, high sales of the system also produced unwarranted expectations from Nintendo and publishers alike, creating a market overwrought with “a lot of crap” and “shovelware”.