Nintendo guru Shigeru Miyamoto reckons his company will move "in step" with HD technology.
Speaking at a round table event in New York, Miyamoto said, "I don't think there's anything wrong with pretty graphics, and if I'm a consumer that has an HDTV, I'd want to be able to play my games with nice graphics too. And I think as we've seen the penetration rates for HDTV increase, we're going to see video games and Nintendo's games move along in step with the progression of technology".
He went on to say, "But what I don't think is necessarily true is that the graphics itself is something that's going to make the gameplay experience better. So we're still going to focus on the gameplay, but we'll take advantage of the technology as it comes out."
As that technology "comes out?" Nintendo's built a time machine, then...
SPOnG now feels confident in saying that Wii HD will definitely possibly maybe be along some time this half century(ish).Source: Industry Gamers