It's a far cry from fact. Businesses are not servants. Supply is as an important side of the equation as demand. They have every right to do with their product what they want. They can tell you to take a hike if they wish, just as a consumer can choose to buy elsewhere. I've told more than one person that they are not welcome in my establishment. What you're looking for as a business is an equitable and respectful transaction between two parties with regards to the exchange of goods or services. There is no implied servitude in that.
Third party developers and publishers have zero obligation to support the Wii U.
This is taking a spinny turn. The thread says gamers are to blame. They certainly arent. And no, its not a farcry from a fact, its the very definition of marketing.
Wether companies decide to try and make a profit on that market is a completely separate issue. If they do make them and they dont sell well, then its their products fault.