...Exactly where is Moore's point invalid. He has a very valid point about Wii sales: Will they continue at breakneck pacing, showing that the Wiimote is not just a gimmick device, but the way we will experience next-gen gaming forever (in the same way optical media helped us experience so much during the PS1/Sat years), or will it be something more akin to the "wonders" of the 64-bit Atari Jaguar, or such? Time will tell. This console battle isn't to the swift-seller, but the long-hauler. Each company has plenty of time to fix their weaknesses, and see where the market really wants gaming to go. Only about 10% of gamers have bought next-gen systems compared to last-gen. They haven't decided yet with their wallets if the Wii will be the true next-gen or not.
Back from the dead, I'm afraid.