Yeah..But hey at least we can still play our Wii games on it! and with Wiimotes too! :}}]]]]]]]
Super Smash Bros. Brawl--2150-5688-6345
Mario Strikers Charged----378265- 497392
Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3--515704-455454
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom----2966-6004-3134
Monster Hunter Tri--------H1234753390Castlevania Judgment-----0905-0283-5538
Wii console's code: 7688-9638-8193-7668
Battalion Wars 2------1205-6833-9897
Does anyone also realize, that Nintendo is really close to virtual games using your entire room. I mean with the new Wii U mote controller you can see up, down, right and left. If they put that tech into 3D like glasses. You could use your hole room, sight seeing in your own room!!
It'll take some years, but just think about it.
Same thing with a PlayStation 3, You can donwload and play PSone or PS2 games, but they look just like the original versions, no HD.
Since everyone has wiis, and you can play gamecube games on it, It seems pointless to me to add gamecube compatibility.
But, don't worry, I'm pretty sure we'll have some kind of gamecubeHD games for the Wii U.
Last edited by qebhut; 07-05-2011 at 12:45 PM.
I don't really see that happening, on every game.
For instance, if you are playing ghost recon and all your equipment and maps are in the controller, how are you going to transfer the main screen to the controller. Where would the equipment go? to your ipod?
I only see this happening on some First party games.
What┤s the point on having a second screen if you can't use it as a second screen, lol
Last edited by qebhut; 07-05-2011 at 02:51 PM.
I'd bet money someone would hack the WiiU and modify the disc drive to handle and play 'cube games eventually.
No Kinect!!!! I meant a ‘You are looking at the entire room as your battlefield kinda thing’.
Indeed, friend. I was only joking. If Nintendo somehow ****ed up and made a parallel to the hellish game system known as the virtual boy all these years later, I'd lose faith in them entirely. Since they succeeded with handheld 3D, I doubt they'd find a way to fail hard enough to accomplish what I described.