Weekend Confirmed 136 - Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Forza Horizon

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 26, 2012 11:00am PDT

Host Garnett Lee is back this week, with some disappointing revelations about Forza Horizon. But before that, Jeff Cannata "turns a corner" on the Wii U, talking up the possibilities of Nintendo TVii. Andrew Yoon rants about Medal of Honor: Warfighter, while special guest Andrea Rene gets passionate in this week's Tailgate.

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 136: 10/26/2012

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Weekend Confirmed comes in four segments to make it easy to listen to in segments or all at once. Here's the timing for this week's episode:

    Show Breakdown:

    Round 1, Part 1 - 00:00:27 - 00:15:44

    Round 1, Part 2 - 00:16:12 - 00:29:53

    Whatcha Been Playin Part 1 - 00:30:42 - 01:01:41

    Whatcha Been Playin Part 2 - 01:02:47 - 01:31:45

    Listener Feedback/Front Page News - 01:32:15 - 02:03:55

    Tailgate - 02:04:31 - 02:14:24

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  • I glad to here someone else in public that still needs to be sold on the WiiU. For me it all stems from something further back, I have not been able to get the DS or 3DS to be enjoyable experiences at all and the influence of those two devices is clear as day on the WiiU hence my trepidation. It all feels like an exercise in how much stuff can we cram into this which is something I am always wary of. I like my hardware the same way I like my interfaces and my software. Razor sharp and to the point.

    The WiiU feels like a something for everyone device and that mindset which should prove useful for their pocketbooks doesn't inspire hope from me as a consumer.

    My biggest fear is how this approach will affect the other 2 console designers in the next gen and that worries me, it is already creeping in with SmartGlass which looks to just be an Artbook only digitized and displayed while you play, which I don't want to view while I play.

    Also how much do you guys wanna bet they aren't selling the controller in NA at launch is partly because they are going to do a WiiPad XL with Multi-Touch at sometime in the future.

    (I do really want to play Monster Hunter though, fucking Capcom and their being a traitor to the PS2 then the PSP)