Monday, April 25, 2011

Nintendo Wii confirms the existence of 2

Nintendo Wii confirms the existence of 2 - Nintendo has confirmed it will launch a new home console in April 2012 and will be at E3, the games fair to be held between 7 and 9 June in Los Angeles.

The Japanese company Nintendo today confirmed that it is preparing to launch a new console Games for April next year. As had been advanced by some means, the company made official a few details during the conference games E9, to be held from 7 to 9 June.

Shortly before Japan the press launch have revealed new details of the platform and dubbed by the media as Nintendo 'Wii 2' and code-named Project Coffee. Among the new highlights for video support HD 1080P, Though no reader will include a Blu-ray discs.

It was IGN, a site specializing in the gaming market, which has revealed some new features like the Wii 2 is just another code name for the successor to Nintendo Wii and the company is considering Japan Alternative names for the platform as "Stream."

Compatibility with 1080 will occur through the IBM PowerPC chip to be used in the Wii 2 and has the same type of setup that can be found on the Microsoft Xbox 360 console.

The details revealed by IGN shatters rumors that Nintendo was going to opt for Fusion platform AMD. Yes I will continue using AMD GPU for graphics, with 512MB of memory, not to be confused with the RAM of the console, as yet undiscovered.

By the time the specifications are known to put Wii 2 in direct competition, graphically speaking, with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, According to IGN. One of the major criticisms that have made Nintendo has to do with the graphics on their consoles, which fail to show the realistic settings of their rivals. A Nintendo console also lacked support in the form of high-definition HD DVD drive (which Microsoft offered as an addition when the format was still in existence) or Blu-ray, and this is not expected to change in Project Coffee .

The release date of the next home console from Nintendo is therefore expected to April 2012, Giving the company a period of at least two years before coming to market the new offerings from Microsoft or Sony.

Nintendo Wii has sold over 86 million units since it came to market in 2006. Last month the Japanese company launched its Nintendo 3DSCapable of displaying 3D images without glasses and has already sold 3.61 million units, short of four million expected by the Company.

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