Wii-U is easy to develop for and can push 1080p

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Toki Tori 2

Granted this isn’t scientific proof or really backed up by much more than a single developer but according to Two Tribes development studio the Wii-U is surprisingly easy to develop for and can push out 1080p quality video footage without even breaking a sweat.

In a long running Q&A session over twitter the developer’s couldn’t stop saying nice things about the Nintendo Wii-U which is a good sign as their game, Toki Tori 2, is being released on multiple platforms and all the focus appears to be around the Wii-U’s ability.

Some choice tweets

@jimmyelgringito: How was it developing the game for Wii U? Is the Wii U easy to develop for?” The coders found it easier than expected!

@KneehighPark: What attracted youto the Wii U specifically?The unique controller? Or the Wii U audience.” Nintendo audience mostly!

@ColdBlooder: What are your thoughts of the new Wii U hardware in general after working with it?” Much easier than Wii. Lots of options!

@Damiano_Chris: How are the graphics turning out?? Are you guys happy on how powerful the WiiU is?” 1080p without breaking a sweat! 🙂

@palancas7: is 60fps guaranteed for WiiU?” I would be very disappointed if it wasn’t, but no guarantee until it’s done.@TwoTribesGames

So 60fps at 1080p and easier than ever before, that’s a lot of good news in one twitter stream

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Last Updated: August 10, 2012

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