This isn't living, this is getting by or making the best of a bad situation, but it isn't living.
In my home it's Minecraft of PC's. Sure they play on the Android tablet and the iPad, but they would rather play on the laptops or desktops the client is more current/capable and they can do more. Both of our consoles (Wii and PS3) have been fairly well ignored now that my three boys all have their own Minecraft accounts. Well I take that back, they watch Minecraft videos from YouTube on the PS3, while playing Minecraft on the laptops. We even got Disney Infinity for the PS3 and that's been pretty well ignored after 3 days of initial play.
Customers wanted and expected what they had in the old Wii with 1280p HD and a boost in processing power and got the Wii U.
Nintendo totally ignored the social aspect they created with the Wii. They went from a system where it was cheap enough to buy 4 controllers; so 4 people could play at a time to a system where it's just too expensive to have multiple players. Potential customers look at the Wii U as if it's essentially an expensive one player system, and just decide to keep playing the old Wii. In other words, they made a system that no one was asking for and even worse no one wanted in the Wii U.
IMO, if Nintendo wants to recover make a Wii HD.
Perhaps, because it is still primarily a content consumption device and not a content creation device.
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For this to succeed in the marketplace over the already entrenched incumbents, then yes this is what I think they need to do. IMHO, YMMV, yada-yada-yada...
I have a copy I've been trying to read for the last ten years. I keep putting it down to read other more interesting books.