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Thread: Oh So Pretty... the most visually stunning game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitterbugjohnny View Post
    I hope that theory pans out.

    Does anyone know if the wii is complicated to program for? I know the ps3 is horribly difficult and may impede the progress of tapping the machines potential.
    I've heard before about the PS3 being really difficult to program for but didn't hear anyhing about the Wii. I think I read an article on Digg way back when before the Wii was released saying that EA will not be focusing too much on the PS3, so that leaves more room for the Wii. Nintendo would be smart in making the Wii easy (and cheap) to develop for because that can only result in more developers embracing the platform.
    Here is a Wii game developed by a one man army: http://www.siliconera.com/index.php/...ropean-launch/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunze View Post
    Same here! I can't decide what other game I want.
    I wanted Red Steel but I heard the game sucked pretty badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamezli View Post
    I've heard before about the PS3 being really difficult to program for but didn't hear anyhing about the Wii. I think I read an article on Digg way back when before the Wii was released saying that EA will not be focusing too much on the PS3, so that leaves more room for the Wii. Nintendo would be smart in making the Wii easy (and cheap) to develop for because that can only result in more developers embracing the platform.
    Here is a Wii game developed by a one man army: http://www.siliconera.com/index.php/...ropean-launch/
    One of the main reasons I love Nintendo is that it is a forward thinking company. I have been quite impressed in the diversity of the launch games and hopes that means more unique experiences in the future.

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