RE5 Producer: RE5 Title Screen Couldn't Be Done On Wii
We don't mean to offend the Wii owners out there, but you have to admit...this is pretty comical.
Clearly, Nintendo had no intention of competing with the PS3 and 360 in the realm of technical capability; the industry legend instead decided to institute a gaming innovation that managed to capture the interest of millions worldwide. It may be the very first game console to appeal to non-gamers everywhere, and that's no easy accomplishment. But these days, with all the unbelievable technical achievements on the other two consoles, the Wii continues to look more and more dated. Capcom Resident Evil 5 producer Juntake Uchi may have inadvertently added fuel to that fire, too. According to NintendoEverything, Uchi said that while the Wii "is a wonderful piece of hardware," he says it (along with the PS2) wouldn't even be able to handle "the title screen of RE5." Heh...we're not sure what's on that title screen, but it's an amusing quote nonetheless. This is one of those times where everyone has a good, harmless chuckle, although Wii fans probably aren't too happy with the comment.
We maintain our belief that the Wii has an extreme lack of fantastic software in comparison to the PS3/360, but as many have said, it's not so much about the software with the Wii. Guess it's just something people will play forever, even if they're still playing Wii Sports. And to steal the famous line from "Seinfeld;" "not that there's anything wrong with it." :)
Related Game(s): Resident Evil 5
10/24/2008 John Shepard