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Remember that nobody knew what to do with the DS at first. With PSP, it was easy to just port whatever game you thought would sell well, but with the DS, there were maybe half a dozen third-party games that even had a clue of what they were doing for the first year, giver or take. Nintendo faster with quality titles because, hey, they had more time to tinker with the DS idea. 3rd party developers arejust now figuring out what it takes to make a solid DS game. I don't know where you got your list of million+ games, but I'd be willing to bet that the 3rd party DS games came out later, on average, than the PSP games. Wait and see... If the Phoenix Wright games aren't on that list, at least one or two of them will be. DQIX will definitely be. Nintendo's a powerful first party. Sony isn't. All 3rd parties need to do is learn from the Big N, and make improvements. Nintendo had some of the first sports games, racing games, light gun games... but look who's making the best ones now. As far as the Wii is concerned, give it time. Nobody's even sure of the demographic that's buying the Wii. Sure, it's "everybody," but how many "everybody"s are over 40? How many are under 12? How many are female? That kind of info won't be hinted at until we can see some solid game-buying trends, and *then* studios will know what kinds of games will sell well on Wii. (yeah, yeah the answer is Nintendo games... but what else would you expect from the world's most innovative publishing house?)