|Mr Khan said:
True, sadly enough. It was not merely the lack of original games but the lack of effort in other spheres as well, but it is clear Nintendo left Wii to die starting this year.
At the end of the day it is a matter of development resources, however. If resources had been allotted to making more Wii games this year, 3DS might still be in its horrifying rut, and yes, Wii U is out there.
Part of the blame of course goes to 3rd parties who had abandoned the platform long before this year, but nobody likes to blame them when there's Nintendo to blame
Pull the other one. Of the big 3, Ninendo can do what it likes without fear of backlash. The Wii sells no matter if there are games or not, if it didn't then there would be some games.