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DerNebel said:
mii-gamer said:
DerNebel said:

And the worst thing is: They aren't doing anything to change the situation of the Wii U. They are completely locked in this thought of "we'll just do what we always did and it'll work itself out" and that thought should not be rewarded with success. Nintendo needs to get this wake up call and realize that it doesn't work like that.

Curious! What should Nintendo do to change the situation of the Wii U? Making a claim without properly explaining yourself makes for shallow reasoning.

Am I a top manager that gets paid millions a year? Fact of the matter is that they need to do something big to turn that ship around and I don't see them doing any such thing. Getting some fresh new blood at the top would be a good start though.

You made a claim that they aren't doing anything to change the situation of the Wii U. Last time i checked pipelinging big titles, a better marketing effort, partnering with other companies and developing a fresh new ip from a younger team was doing something, it certainly sounds like they are making an effort. Sure, the wii u is not get a turn around, but you cannot serously accuse nintendo for not trying.