Those responsible for Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed confirm its quality.
Sumo Digital, makers of arcade driving game arcade Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed, have declared during 2012 Gamescom that Wii U will have a graphic quality that is indisputable, “even higher than Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.” The debate over the power of the new Nintendo console remains.
While Nintendo keeps silent about the technical performance of Wii U, the media and gamers discuss and speculate about the graphic quality of the platform. It is logical that this atmosphere of mystery from gamers feed on rumors and statements to form their own judgment, especially if we’re talking about Nintendo’s transition to Next-Gen.
However, it seems increasingly clear that Wii U will have a graphics power beyond other current consoles no doubt. At least that would be expected if we consider the statements of those developers who have participated directly in the production of games for this console. Without hiding their face, companies like Ubisoft (Assassin’s Creed III), Gearbox (Aliens Colonial Marines) or Vigil Games (Darksiders 2) have stated that their titles will enjoy a quality at least equal to other platforms.
Now, as was quoted by the website Eurogamer, we can read new impressions, this time held by Sumo Digital, the company responsible for the adaptation of Sonic and Sega All-Star Racing Transformed for Wii U. During Gamescom 2012, the creators of the console title claimed it has great potential with graphics “on par” or “even higher than Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.”
Regardless of the technical performance on the table but having observed first hand some of the most important games of the platform, we can say that the console will maintain a high quality. Perhaps one would expect the most striking are those games developed specifically for the Wii U and not the multiplatforms and that, predictably, will maintain a similar visual level.
However, we will remain watchful for new details on Wii U. Nintendo’s new console that is scheduled for release later this year and perhaps it could see the light before the month of December.