That’s right video gaming fans, Nintendo’s next console code-named “Project Cafe,” has come out of the internet rumors and become, Wii U.
The new hand-held is sleeker and an obviously more modern version of the Wii console. Nintendo teamed up with the AMD to develop a graphic chip for its next system, which will be a proprietary version of the R700 architecture. It’s CPU will be coming from IBM, be custom-built and sporting three cores. If everything in the past two sentences confuses you the easiest way to explain is to simply say that the Wii U is outstandingly more powerful than both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Other cool stuff to know, this hand-held includes a 6.2 inch touchscreen and camera. In short the “Wii U acts like a base station of sorts, streaming content to each individual controller.” We don’t have a specific date for the release of this next-generation home entertainment system but we do know that it will be released in 2012.