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Miyamotoo said:
routsounmanman said:

Yeah, typical of them (3rd parties on Nintendo platforms). They later blather about sharing market share and their games not selling well enough, though they never like to share the risk. 

Yeah, but like someone already stated, you can't really blame them after what happened to Wii U.

Well of course I cannot "blame" them, per se, as they are free to make their own choices regarding what platforms they develop on. I cannot take the "WiiU disaster" argument seriously though, when platforms that have fared worse or have had a smaller install base (PSVR, Dreamcast come to mind) were supported more heavily. Even the Wii, at its inception, was a far riskier product to invest on, yet they (Japanese companies) were on board at the time, even if not at full force.