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What Nintendo SHOULD do for Wii 2

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Soleron said:

I hope it doesn't have better graphics. That way they will be forced to innovate on gameplay and design.


Well they have to at least make the games look less jaggy or pixelated in their next consoles when viewed on HD TV with component cables. But I have to admit out of all the Nintendo 1st party games I have only NSMB Wii  has suffered from being too pixelated and jaggy. And for some odd reason, only the firerods in castle level look significantly better with component cables  O_o



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As I said in my thread before I think it will be slightly more powerful than the PS3 as I do not see the need to go higher than that for next gen. and this for the sake of hardware and game development costs.

Developers will not want to develop for something much higher than that at this time and here is where Nintendo will have the advantage. Yes we did think like this for the current gen but the costs for next gen will be much higher than this gen if the other two go for a big graphical jump again.

The online is already being improved upon as we are seeing with the 3DS like one friend code for all games and that.

Super Wii sounds good to me after all they did keep the DS name in 3DS so you never know.

The controllers will both have MotionPlus in them and sensors that can sense the other controllers place. And they will even be able to sense your blood pressure. They will also be wireless  

I sure hope they have rechargeable batteries in them so you won’t have to replace, though not a big deal it would be nice to have  



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Chairman-Mao said:

1. Keep it cheap $250 or $300 (no more than that)

2. HD graphics - at least 720p, preferably 1080p

3. Good online that can compete with Xbox Live and PSN

4. Some cool new Nintendo innovation to keep it fresh - it can't just be better motion controls IMO, they have to do more than just a Wii 1.5 to get people hyped for it. 

5. Keep the focus on fun and playing with friends, don't make it hardcore

Yes to 1-4 :).  I also think that if they can have a good mix of casual and hardcore games then that would help them out even more next generation.  I am hoping to only buy one console next gen. and I would like for it to be Nintendo.  They have Mario Kart, Animal Crossing and everything Mario and if they can get good support from third parties then that would be great!  I really would like a Call of Duty game on a Nintendo console that's on par with the other consoles.



The hardware for a computer significantly more powerful than current gen consoles can be bought for a mere $300. Since i'm sure Manufacturers get bulk discounts, it would be even cheaper.

The PS3 is pretty weak, so is the xbox, they are really showing their age now. I really hope the next system isn't that weak, 1080P should be a given, the hardware has reached a point wheere 1920x1080 should be easy to achieve in any game.



Shadowfest3 said:
Chairman-Mao said:

1. Keep it cheap $250 or $300 (no more than that)

2. HD graphics - at least 720p, preferably 1080p

3. Good online that can compete with Xbox Live and PSN

4. Some cool new Nintendo innovation to keep it fresh - it can't just be better motion controls IMO, they have to do more than just a Wii 1.5 to get people hyped for it. 

5. Keep the focus on fun and playing with friends, don't make it hardcore

Yes to 1-4 :).  I also think that if they can have a good mix of casual and hardcore games then that would help them out even more next generation.  I am hoping to only buy one console next gen. and I would like for it to be Nintendo.  They have Mario Kart, Animal Crossing and everything Mario and if they can get good support from third parties then that would be great!  I really would like a Call of Duty game on a Nintendo console that's on par with the other consoles.

Yeah that's a good point. They really need good 3rd party support next gen. If they can get said 3rd party support then the Wii 2 (or whatever better name it gets) should really dominate next gen as well. 



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The next Nintendo console should:

1-Be powerful enough to move 3D games with fluidity at 720 or 1080p. They are pushing the 3D with the 3DS and they have to do the same with their home console or people will think that something is not right.

2-The console should cost 300 € max at launch and 50-60 € for the games. Budget for the games should be around what the HD games cost right now or a little less.

3-They are starting to adress it with the 3DS and they know people WANT to play online, so they probably make it better, although not perfect yet. 

4-Have you seen the games anounced with the 3DS? Expect the same with the next Wii.

5-Wii has been successful in Japan with few jrpg and they don't sell that well in the West. Yes, they have to mantain Monster Hunter as it has been a hit and FF and DQ will come if the console is powerful enough and has succes (Squae-Enix loves money!)

They should also upgrade the wiimote plus (I don't know how but I bet they do) and make both controlers, wiimote and nunchuk, be the same thing. Think about it, playing WiiSports/NSMBWii/etc with a friend without having to buy more controlers, or playing an fps carrying two gun and being able to shoot at two different foes! (That would be so cool and so hard).

PD. Super Wii 1!



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Formula for victory:

Stick to the general development philosophy for first party titles as this generation (keep the simple-yet-deep formula that's created winners, and their ability to strategize with third parties on joint projects like Excite Truck)

Get in the multiplat loop: third parties have, to a degree, been begging for a third home console platform that they can just dump everything on. In this environment third party parity is easier than ever: the adverse costs of the market force them to come to you as long as you have a platform they can dump a multiplat on, and given all the multiplats the Wii missed out on, you could have a heavy base of late ports that flood the console in its first year while the developers make their next lineup of all-platform games.

Continue on from the 3DS' online improvements

The prevalence of LIVE as a service means that it's likely impossible for a Nintendo system to become the "de facto" system for people to buy 3rd party games on, but as i noted above, getting parity is likely as easy as making something in the right power range, and once you have parity, then it becomes a matter of fighting in terms of first-party games, a field where Nintendo has the natural advantage as long as they keep their dev teams on their toes (and don't lapse into GameCube-era shenanigans)



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1) Do the exact opposite of what hardcore gamers want.

2) Rake in profits.

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Seriously though, I think Nintendo should stay with what made the Wii popular. If they just do HD and online, they will fail miserably.

One thing I expect them to do is to make the next Wii more of a media center. It would be nice if they created a TV input on the next Wii and then actually allow you to change television channels using the Wii interface. I would also expect Blu-Ray or DVD playback, 

But, because this is Nintendo I would expect more than that. How about this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-P1zZAcPuw



Mr.Metralha said:

They just have to try harder to avoid being copied by other hypocrites.

Thats the main thing they need to do.

They should also increase the size of the Zelda team. I'm sick of waiting on average 4  years for a home console Zelda to be launched.

Also, I want Animal Crossing WITH A PROPER ONLINE FOR FUCKS SAKE!!!!!!!

That is all.

They are changing some things in Zelda formula with Skyward Sword. They use the Wii Motion Plus and change the art style. Of course this game will have a long development, as Ocarina of Time.

But now that they have some bases, development time for future games will be shorter, like Majora's Mask (two years) and The Wind Waker (two years).



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Pavolink said:
Mr.Metralha said:

They just have to try harder to avoid being copied by other hypocrites.

Thats the main thing they need to do.

They should also increase the size of the Zelda team. I'm sick of waiting on average 4  years for a home console Zelda to be launched.

Also, I want Animal Crossing WITH A PROPER ONLINE FOR FUCKS SAKE!!!!!!!

That is all.

They are changing some things in Zelda formula with Skyward Sword. They use the Wii Motion Plus and change the art style. Of course this game will have a long development, as Ocarina of Time.

But now that they have some bases, development time for future games will be shorter, like Majora's Mask (two years) and The Wind Waker (two years).

I hope you're right!