‘Wii U Is Definitely More Powerful Than The Xbox 360 And Ps3’ Says 5th Cell CEO


CEO of 5th Cell, Jeremiah Slaczka, has confessed that he is fed up with the ongoing arguments about whether or not the Wii U is as powerful as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

“The Wii U is “definitely more powerful than Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It’s kind of frustrating to see the rumours and speculation of people going back and forth saying it’s weaker or more powerful. It’s definitely more powerful.”

“I think we were one of the first developers to see the Wii U.”

“Nintendo came to our studio and demoed it to us. A couple of weeks later Warner Bros. got to see it, and we said we should do this. This game was originally a Wii title but later moved to Wii U. It’s been about two years in development.”

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3 Responses to “‘Wii U Is Definitely More Powerful Than The Xbox 360 And Ps3’ Says 5th Cell CEO”
  1. jo says:

    Im getting annoyed about it too -_- but then again it will make it so much better when all the doubters see how awesome it really is 🙂

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  2. Dan says:

    This was exciting to read until i read elsewhere that the Tekken producer, Katsuhiro Harada, has said otherwise. He claims the graphical power is on par with Xbox and PS3, but the CPU is a bit slower.

    It’ll be interesting to see the specs when they’re finally released.

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  3. In the end Nintendo is achieving what they wanted, everybody can talk about the Wii being more or less powerful doesn’t matter, what Nintendo wants is to show is that is up to the developers take the most out of the machine, if they don’t is not because the machine is more or less powerful than a PS3 or a X360, is because they don’t want to.

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