Mark Rein, Epic Games vice president, states that game enthusiasts must anticipate an incredible exhibit from Nintendo’s latest gaming console at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. If it doesn’t happen, he said he’ll be “Shocked”.
Rein’s recommendation draws a great deal of weight as the game company, Nintendo continuously strives with the absence of third-party support on its platforms.
If you put games like Mario or Pokemon on a gaming system, it’ll sell ample items to help keep you in operation. That basically clarifies Nintendo’s business model the past few Nintendo systems.
If Nintendo gets third-party publishing support, a number of those labels even make the first page, leaving behind others to get away from support altogether. Games are produced as well on Xbox 360 and PS3 continuously, though only for some labels does the Wii get a part of that mix.
Mark Rein perceives the Wii U as being an opportunity to reestablish large third-party support, though. Rein stated in an interview with Eurogamer, “I like the Wii U. I think E3 will be a big eye-opener for people … Their hardware is the software delivery service for their great content.”
” think it will do great,” he added. Let’s just see if it actually happens.