Nintendo NX: Filtration with technical data on the new console from the Japanese
Although the next E3 2016 could be the moment chosen by Nintendo NX to start unveil plans its new console, new data have emerged that put face and eyes to the desktop machine from the Japanese. And while you may seem incredible, again seen some of the faults committed with Wii U in 2012.
Similar to PS4 power
That would be the principal owner of all that has been revealed that Nintendo has repositioned the performance of your new console to the level of those already on the market. Just as it did with Wii U when he led the shops one hardware very similar to those already had PS3 and Xbox 360.
However, the source of the leak plans Nintendo go place your NX in the range of consoles to which they may reach the AAA titles. That is, the large franchises and sagas that land annually in the world of video games, so it is to see that the big publishers (Activision, Rockstar, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, etc.) back to take the bait.
Nintendo NX will have its own operating system, and no Android, as has been rumored in recent times. Furthermore, it takes an optical support for physical games, particularly Blu-ray, just as they do PS4 and Xbox One.
According to the leak, Nintendo NX would have hardware like this:
Would use ARM technology and non-x86
It would be a little more powerful than PS4 and the phrase they have heard those who have made this leak is that “any PS4 game could run smoothly on Nintendo NX”
Nintendo NX would be equipped with 8GB of RAM GGDR5
The development kit is being distributed with 1TB hard drive, which speaks of a very similar configuration to that lead PS4 and Xbox One.
Summarizing much, it seems that Nintendo wants to bet on a console 100 percent commercial, technical and close to the business model PS4 and Xbox One in price and catalog of games that hit the market in 2017 Power.
In the Japanese company should be clear that the present generation still has a sufficiently broad or otherwise course, would be repeating the same blunder of Wii U, which hit stores offering the same thing he had already been on the market since 2006.