Echoing what we’ve already heard about the Wii 2′s power, Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot mentioned at a company investor call that it will be re-using a lot of the assets and investments that it created with games for the Xbox 360 and PS3 for the next Nintendo console. Guillemot said, “So we will not have to redo completely the games that we create. We’ll be able to use all the capacity the console is giving but also use all the work we do for the other platforms.”
This further confirms that Nintendo’s next console will be as powerful if not more powerful than the current HD consoles. Guillemot added, “The platform Nintendo is coming with is really a fantastic platform. We think it will be extremely successful.” Tell that to everybody, including Nintendo who thought the Nintendo 3DS would be a blazing success, but is already facing a sell at stores.
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