Third-party games like Call of Duty look 'dramatically better' on Wii U compared to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, according to Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime.
The Wii U's graphic capabilities have been questioned lately, with many people wondering how it stacks up with the current generation consoles.
Nintendo of America boss, Fils-Aime, told CNN that the Wii U outperforms the current competition when it comes to visuals.
"The specs are quite different than the competitive systems; much more graphically intensive," he said.
"If you do a side-by-side comparison you would see that third-party games like Call of Duty look dramatically better on our system."
Fils-Aime added that he wasn't too concerned about what Microsoft and Sony would bring out next as the experience of the GamePad will drive sales.
"In terms of what competition's going to do in the future: we'll see. We know based on our own development this two screen experience really is the next innovation that consumers are gravitating to," he claimed.
"It's selling extremely well here in the Americas. Already stocks are quite low in the marketplace; we're rapidly replenishing. So for us, certainly the consumer is deciding that the innovation is well worth their investment."