Like what? I see Nintendo fanboys getting their hopes up because of a Spong article, or even funnier, a GTA rumor that doesn't even exist.
It's not exactly DMC now, is it?
Personally I'm not going to start counting anything until it's confirmed by some place that's at least reputable. ONM is iffy, and Spong isn't even a factor there. I'm more hyped about "Project O" myself. ^_^
No matter how well it does, the Wii isn't going to get a port of Devil May Cry 4 or Final Fantasy XIII, I understand that. I don't argue that DMC4 is a major game, or that Final Fantasy is a monster, but they're still individual chess pieces on the board. And as for GTA 4, that's outta the question as well. But if the Wii keeps grabbing support in all 3 territories like it has been, don't you think even Rockstar would start investing more resources into Wii titles? I can easily see a spin-off series like the PSP has gotten coming to the Wii if this keeps up. :)
The problem with the PS3/360 is the install base. The 360 is only doing well in North America, so-so in Europe, and a complete non-factor in japan. The PS3 is doing poor all around at this point, from everything I've read I don't expect the PS3 to outsell the wii worldwide this month either, and judging from the other 2 regions, I expect the PS3 to start slacking off on sales after this month in Europe as well. The PS3 won't have any significant "console sellers" in the next few months at least from what we've seen. On the other hand, the 360's lineup is looking considerably more solid.... with more of the same software that appeals to it's current crowd. I recall Moore saying something about some announcements later in the year to attract a wider audience, but from my perspective the casual/nongamer audience is already buying into the Wii, which will have a much wider library for those consumers with a more attractive controller and price point, and I just can't see MS doing much there (outside of a few more Viva Pinata flounders). And I don't expect the 360's few jrpg's to do too well here either, they're not the types of games that xbox fans are *usually* interested in (only possibility if MS pushes it enough, they turn out to be great games, AND if 360 fans are desperate enough for something different).
For the later half of this year, the 360 looks to have a large stash of "hardcore" killer games along with their regular variety at this point.
The PS3 looks like it will have a few "hardcore" killers itself. I don't honestly see Little Big Planet making many waves for it, nor HOME for that matter, outside of it's current install base.
The Wii, at best, looks like it may have almost as many "hardcore" killers as PS3, but that's unlikely IMHO. What it does have is still the *still* system-selling Wii Sports combined with Super Paper Mario, the upcoming Big Brain Academy, Mario Party 8, MySims, and most likely a larger and better assortment of casual/non gamer titles than the PS3 and 360 combined.
The Wii is so far going for the casual/non gamers first, and hardcore second, unlike the PS3/360 and most all previous consoles. Combined with it's price point and controller, and from what we've been hearing about at the stores, I don't see the system slowing down 'till at least May at *earliest* in any region. And as for Nintendo fans still buying out the console, why do you think that Zelda Wii's attach rate has stayed below 50% this year? It's not just Nintendo fans buying the console anymore. And the gamecube version seems to have completely fallen off the charts. Oh yeah, I wonder how well that Dragon Quest Swords Wii game is going to do....there goes any chance of PS3 catching up to Wii before Final Fantasy XIII in Japan at least. :)
Edit : Oops, Resident Evil : Umbrella Chronicles (Wii) looks like it will ship this year, but things don't look good for RE5 (360/PS3) to hit this year at this point.