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Phlashman wrote:Spot on Harry, having an always on mode screams ARM, then switching on cores when heavy work is needed. ARM has been working on chips for that type of setup for quite a while.
It also means they could sell a cheap Apple TV/Roku/Google TV type version very cheap or offer it as a platform for TV makers to put directly in their TVs.
But on the other hand, potentially having 3 PowerPC cores (from the current 360), a ARM core for a low power mode and then 4-8 x86 type cores all in one machine... sounds like it could be a bit of a nightmare to code for.
Keltic Dave wrote:no backwards compatibility please.........its a pointless waste of resources that only a small few actually ever use.
MoBiUGeArSkIn wrote:But how can you re-issue a HD remake of a HD game that already looks great?
Backwards compatibility should be a given. Even the 3DS takes DS carts, I bought three Castlevania games the other day for dirt cheap and can enjoy them without pissing around with emulators etc.
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