Until a year ago, nobody would have thought a few or at least to a newer version of the legendary Wii the first console with a motion sensor. Most likely, because Japan was the only company to boast the motion controller (motion sensitive) Wiimote. But in the course of a year many things have changed commercially and some other companies have not been watching: Microsoft brought home Kinect recording a great success, so much to have emerged as the best-selling technology product in 2010, surpassing even the iPad Sony launched the Playstation and Move.
The marketing of these controllers appear to have made haste to Nintendo, which suggests, without stating anything official for now, which will market high-definition Wii 2 HD by Christmas.
Meanwhile, about to be launched the handheld Nintendo 3DS, a bet that many believe could be a winner.
According to the predictions made by Michael Pachter, an analyst with Wedbush, the new home console Nintendo will also be fully backward compatible. Not only that, the Wii 2 will enter the world of HD, with the possibility to play in Full HD, an important step to meet the standards of the other other competitors.