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Watch Dogs PC Specs Leak Out

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Jonathan Lester
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News
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Minspecs, PC games, Specs, Ubisoft, Watch Dogs

Watch Dogs PC Specs Leak Out

64-Bit Operating Systems Only

Ubisoft accidentally revealed Watch Dogs' PC specifications on Uplay, which were naturally spotted by the eagle-eyed NeoGAF community before being yanked. The ambitious open world game will demand a fair bit from your hardware at Ultra settings, and by the looks of things, is only playable on 64-bit operating system. We've got it all after the break.

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PS4 Specifications Revealed

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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News
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#Playstation2013, Playstation 4, PS4, Sony, Specs
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PlayStation 4

PS4 Specifications Revealed

The rumours have been flying thick and fast over the last few months, and we can finally confirm the PlayStation 4's specifications. AMD will manufacture both the 8-core CPU and Radeon-based GPU, while 8GB of RAM should give developers plenty of room to manoeuvre. This is broadly in line with several recent reports, though Sony have released a few more technical details.

We can't tell you what the PS4 looks like, but we can tell you what's inside it. Here we go...

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Nintendo Announce Wii U Specs

Author:
Carl Phillips
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News
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Backwards Compatibility, Nintendo, Specs, Wii U Launch Details

Nintendo Announce Wii U SpecsBackwards Compatibility With “Most” Wii Titles Thrown In

In a fairly jam-packed Nintendo Direct, the Big N detailed the technical side for its upcoming console, the Wii U. While the Basic and Premium packs will feature different sized internal flash storage, both versions will contain main memory that will be “20 times bigger than the Wii.” Get the full details after the jump.

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Iwata Reveals Wii U System Memory Specs

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Matt Gardner
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News
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Games consoles, Nintendo Direct, Ninteno, Specs, Wii U, Wii U Launch Details

Iwata Reveals Wii U System Memory Specs

As well as revealing the Japannese release date and pricing, not to mention the price points for two of the first-party launch titles, Satoru Iwata also lifted the lid on a couple of system specs.

The Wii will come with 2GB of memory, 1GB for system memory plus 1GB for games. Moreover, the console will use its own optical disc format, with discs able to hold up to 25GB of data. The Wii U will sport a 22.5 MB/sec disc read rate.

Wii U GamePad Battery To Last 3-5 Hours

Author:
Carl Phillips
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News
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Battery life, E3 2012, Nintendo, Specs, Wii U, Wii U GamePad

Wii U GamePad Battery To Last 3-5 Hours

More news continues to flow out of E3, as reports are now suggesting that the GamePad tablet controller will have a battery life of between 3-5 hours from a single charge. This comes from the official Nintendo spec listings that state that it will take up to 2.5 hours to charge up the controller completely. Reports suggest that the level of screen brightness will vary the amount of time between charges, but players will be able to charge the device and continue to play games at the same time. A translation of the official spec list from Japanese can be found over on NeoGAF.

It is curious that information such as this has been left off the English translation of the spec list that was posted earlier today, especially when it’s the raw numbers we want to know. Hopefully more news of this nature will emerge out of E3 over the next few days as we here at Dealspwn continue to scour the coverage.

Nintendo Sheds A Little Light On Wii U Specs

Author:
Carl Phillips
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News
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E3 2012, Mystery, Nintendo, Nintendo Press Conference, Specs, Wii U

Nintendo Sheds A Little Light On Wii U Specs

Still Plenty Of Unknowns Going In

Nintendo have been incredibly tight-lipped when it comes to official confirmation on the power of the Wii U, but they have now posted a list of specs for the console on their official website. However, only a few areas have been expanded on from previous offerings of information, with the key areas of CPU and GPU power still unknown in terms of raw numbers. We have the current official party line after the jump.

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