First I got to see it before I believe it and I agree with Mike, though there are quality 3rd party games available on the WII (think about Okami, de Blob, Boom Blox, Blast Works, yeah its great!, Zack & Wiki) but selling like crap comparing to the install base of the WII. Its an utter shame. Games that are shovelware titles, think of Rabbids and Carnival Games do sell. The morality of all this? Most people only buy this junk as they're party games and look so much fun with the family, while we as (hard)core gamers know better than that.
The average consumer buys what's advertised--which both Rabbids and Carnival Games have been. Both had strong ad campaigns behind them. Hardcore games are hardly advertised on the system and that's sad and unfortunate.
Next year is more about hardcore gamers stepping up to the plate than Nintendo. If we want more hardcore games on the system, we ought to be buying the damn things. If Castlevania Judgement, Monster Lab, Deadly Creatures, Tenchu 4, The Conduit, MadWorld, and others garner good enough reviews and still nobody buys them--then the failure of 3rd party titles on the Wii is entirely on us--the gamers.