Gaming is a favorite pastime among most teenagers. No wonder they are always psyched to check out the latest game no matter what console it belongs to.
The gaming world is faced with a recent argument regarding the capabilities of Wii U which is a relatively new console that some believe is superior to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 which are among the most popular gaming consoles today.
The Ceo of Nintendo, the company that created Wii U who goes by the name of Jeremiah Slaczka is irritated at some claims that the console lacks certain perks that are found in other gaming consoles.
The Ceo remains convinced that the Wii U has a far more stimulating gaming experience than any its rivals can conjure up and that rumors have been spread denouncing the game when the real situation is quite to the contrary.
The company is in the process of developing more games and expanding its sphere of influence in the gaming world. The console has been created by Nintendo and skeptics are wondering what a good job they may or may not have done on it.
The company however is adamant to provide all evidence to the contrary. The company claims that Warner Bros have also viewed the console and have found it satisfactory to say the least.
The producer of the Tekken series is disappointed with the console and claimed that the CPU was not fast enough or as fast as the CPU in the PlayStation or other gaming consoles. He also said that the clock of the Wii U was low.
Katsuhiro Harad is in the process of creating another Tekken game for Nintendo. The effectiveness of Wii U still remains in question as there are two very strong conflicting sides to it.
Several gaming critics and developers have their own opinion about how powerful the Wii U really is. One such developer claims that its graphics are not as great as the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3 and that it is not really in the same league as its major rivals.
Many believe it falls sadly short of expectation. Of course in the end it is up to the gamer to decide which console they prefer and what points they like about the Wii U.