Same dude. The most popular console is also the most worthless one... unlike the three prevous generations (PS1, PS2, SNES are all A++ systems, together they are the golden age of gaming for me).
Personally, I don't count the Wii as a competitor this gen. The war is still going on - and we'll see who comes out on top - Sony or M$, they shall be proclaimed winner.
I'd like to add that it's nothing personal Wii fans... it's just that I hate the Wii and it's style of "gaming".
Oh yeah, the PS2 was such a powerhouse compared to the graphically inferior Xbox and Gamecube. And the SNES was the clear technical powerhouse over the Genesis.
In the real world, the graphical powerhouse console has never won. The NES was a generation behind the systems it was fighting, as were the SNES and PS2. The PS1 might be considered on par with the N64, as graphics were about the same but the PS1 had longer load times.
As for the 'casual' games, you should be praising them. Every gamer starts out as a non-gamer, then becomes a 'casual' gamer, before graduating to 'hardcore'. The first game I ever played was some hilariously bad Mickey Mouse game for the original NES, and if it wasn't for that game I wouldn't be playing games now. In 5-10 years, you're going to be seeing a huge surge of girls who started gaming on Horsez find their way into the market as adult, 'hardcore' gamers.
Oh, and by the way, I hate the PS3/360 and their style of 'gaming'. How is it a game if all you do is watch cut scenes/stare at the pretty graphics. How can it be fun if all you're doing is pressing buttons and otherwise staying completely still and not involved? I hope we don't see any more of these stupid 'non-games' like MGS4/GTA4/Halo 3 which are more like Novels than Games, Amirite?