Yes, I am aware what it means, thanks. Now, if you could give me a good reason why the Wii U should be considered an exception, then I'll happily admit that it is part of the 8th generation. So far, I've seen no convincing arguments, so good luck with that.Maze1125 said:Do you know what the word "usually" means?Mothhive said:In terms of technology, a generation is defined as "a specified stage of development in manufacture, usually implying improvement". The Wii U was not an improvement over the 7th generation consoles, and therefore belongs to that generation.
It means, most of the time, but not always.
As in, there are exceptions. Such as, for example, the Wii U.