Hardware numbers do not illustrate the console's core strength, platform holder claims
Nintendo has moved to calm the frenzy of speculation surrounding the hardware details of its next generation console, the Wii U.
For a number of weeks, developers have both publicly and anonymously provided contrasting views on the Nintendo console’s system performance.
Develop’s sources claim the system doubles the performance speed of existing generation systems, though studios such as Vigil Games claim the system is "on par".
In a statement issued to Digital Trends, Nintendo has placed emphasis on the system’s unique control system over its internal GPU/CPU set-up.
“We do not focus on technology specs,” the company said.
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