The Wii is overated as it is. This American greed takes everyone! Niko is normally shown to be in the right, but is also proven to be overly cynical, leaving interpretation open to the viewer. But I recognize its limitations all the same. So your points are moot, Especially when No More Heroes, Zelda and other one player titles recieve better ratings than graphic blockbuster disapointments like Dark Sector Etc. No, its not the same as the 360 version, no one expected it to be. Nintendo has done best by blending the world that they have created with sensibilities from other franchises. So, everything should look much better than San Andreas if there was a Wii version.
What's more amazing is how many people fail to grasp the fact that graphics can be scaled. At least, not without some serious gimpings to the gameplay. Let the Wii survive on its simple carnival games that remind the older generations of the simplistic arcade games they grew up with. This could either suggest an autumnal setting, or it could be due to the game reflecting the climate of New York City during the very early spring. I didn't see anyone demanding Bully for the Wii either, yet, there it is. I think they'd buy whatever is a good game for their system. There is no such thing as a system selling game.
I think that it all depends. I don't have a wii, but I know several Wii owners. On the plus side, Roman Bellic, as well as other characters , , and among others are optimistic about America and life in general, tend to do very well for themselves financially, and try in vain to encourage Niko to be more optimistic. But yeah, they should go for it! It may come as a surprise, but everyone else doesn't think the way you do. I can't see myself getting drunk and playing hardcore rounds of Lost Planet or Halo3 while everyone watches at a party. Fun is fun, no matter how u slice it.
If you don't know anyone like this, its not my fault that all your friends do exactly the same thing you do. Not that the scope of play and graphics couldn't be scaled to fit on a couple of Wii discs, that's perfectly feezible. Now for the controls take 2 will have to be very clever here to make it unique. Something along the lines of Liberty City Stories - possibly. Michelle and Kate are unlocked in the story mode; the other 3 must be met by the internet. Besides, the demand on the Wii wouldn't be very high. For starters, the hardware could not support the game.
That would suck, so we play the Wii, of course. Make a whole new story exclusively for the Wii. The mission giver is even a Latino woman named Carmen, a possible nod to. He is deeply depressed about being trapped in the criminal lifestyle by a need of income , telling Kate McReary and others that he wishes he could leave it behind, but often adds that he knows he can't. The killer-apps are what sell consoles. I don't think it would be any fun with the odd controller, and I don't think the Wii audience would really gravitate towards it, but it's possible.
Whenever a company need t make a dumbed down port, they always take out far mre then they actually have to. Despite the recent update by for proper optimization, Games for Windows Live has yet to be omitted. I think if anything can be learned from the sales figures, it is that if they brought it out on the spectrum 128k +2, it would sell in the hundred thousands. I don't see any reason at all why it wouldn't run, scaled to 480p and some reduced lighting effects. It is like a disease! I'm ok with that though.
Timeframe Although nothing in the game specifically reveals the exact month the events of the game take place, most evidence suggests that it may take place between April and September. Sure its alot of kids and newbs. But thats true of other johnny-come-lately newbs buying a 360 as well. Games companies are not charitys and they will direct their effort at the platform and at the type of game where they think will make the most money. The scenario he mentions, or maybe parts of maps from all previous games with downloadable missions, would be cost effective for developers, while providing a unique experience for Wii owners. They couldnt put Scarface or The Godfather on Gamecube. And a lot of them did not put plans in place for Wii development prior to its launch because very few people predicted it's success.
Nintendo only cares about in-house development, have you guys checked out the heaping pile of garbage that comes out for their systems from third-party developers? Again, you keep saying 'its underpowered'. Isn't a port of one of the previous games more likely? No, I'm sorry, it doesn't work like that. It's also notable that he relates well to Jon Gravelli and his bleak sense of humor, despite an enormous age gap, other lifestyle differences and Niko's traditional dislike of his bosses. Nintendo shoots itself in the foot. Whether those development priorites change will depend entirely on what games and how many games people actually buy for the Wii. How about a Grand Theft Auto set in Tokyo or Puerto Rico. They add new missions, characters, vehicles, weapons, and other gameplay features.