Personally i dont find graphics to be that much of a draw for me now. Gameplay is always the most important thing or else gaming would have ended back with Dragon's Lair.Originally Posted by David328ci
I guess i should stick to the topics main question which i believe was why are Wii launch games better than 360s current titles and is it because of the need for higher quality 360 graphics?
Now i dont know if they are or not as ive never yet played on a 360 so im not going to argue the case for which is better. I think that the development time needed for 360 games would make for a slower release rate of outstanding titles where as the Wii game development time is much shorter (aside from Wiimote control issues) so the Wii should be able to put out more outstanding titles quicker (although they will not be as pretty graphically as 360s).
If you look at the costs for developing a 360 or PS3 game it usually runs at around $30 million where as Wii games come in at under $5 million on average. So Wii is basically just cheaper and quicker to develop for than the other systems, so in that sense then yes 360s high end graphics would probably slow the production of outstanding games.