jasonmaivia wrote:Nintendo has lost all of the steam that was powering the Wii for the first few years. The've completely mishandled the machine and could have prevented people from moving on to other platforms. Losing 3rd party support also killed gamer interests, and having not enough exclusive games is going to hurt Wii U if they cannot match what the PS3 and Xbox 360 are getting today and later this year going into 2013.
I like how absolutely zero percent of this post is correct, as evident by sales numbers from the past holiday season for the 3DS and Wii.
What exactly is incorrect about it? It just sounds like you're a blind fanboy who can't see when a company screws up.
The Wii had so much potential, but only a handful of games truly utilized the console to the fullest extent. The only game that actually seems to use the Wii for all it's got is Skyward Sword. So much could have been accomplished, but we got so many minigames, Mario 64, Wii Sports, etc.
And I agree with him. The PS360 still have 2 or 3 years left in them, and the Wii U is going to have to compete with them, especially with the current-gen consoles coming down in price.
Patcher isn't trolling, he is being logical. Unless the U is at a similar price point to the current-gen consoles, and has a killer app at launch, it is going to fail. Look at what happened to the 3DS compared to the DS.