Saturday, January 7, 2012
Battle Begins For Next Generation Consoles Not Developed Yet
Upcoming consoles are already garnering massive popularity among the gaming industry. Microsoft's Xbox 720 and Playstation 4 are the clear front runners, with Nintendo's next effort, the Wii U, still generating skepticism. "It's not that the controller for the Wii U seems to be a bulky, tablet like thing that looks like a headache to use," explains a writer for GamePro. Oh wait, yeah it is."
Though the specs for both the 720 and PS4 have yet to be revealed, it has been reported that Sony will have the most powerful machine on the market, but, Sony says, "only after the gamer installs about twenty updates." The 720, however, will not require any updates, a source at Microsoft reported. But he also said that there will be no Kinect support for the new console because "Kinect sucks".
Several leading game companies are caught up in the anticipation of the next generation consoles. "We are looking forward to developing games for the new consoles, and of course, giving gamers a chance to play the best and most innovative titles to be offered. We are also looking forward to hyping the hell out of the least impressive ones!"
2012 looks to be a stellar year for the video gamer, with new and innovative consoles and games. And with them, countless updates and bugs.