The reason for this is clear: the software being created is just not interesting enough or compelling enough to drive Wii owners to buy more than two [games] per year, [...]
Counting only the real games I possess for the Wii, I'd say it exists for more than 12 years...
[...] and most of those purchases are first party software.
Interesting... What Nintendo Wii is he talking about?
This could work, so long as they surround the car parks with a high kangaroo fence...
Veeery funny. We Austrians have t-shirts explaining the difference because we're sick of talking ourselves black in the face.
At least now two alternative engines are starting to get recognition around the world, and newer one of those two seems to strive more for standards compliance (they wouldn't make this post otherwise). There was a time when a lot of sites appeared to be made primarilly with "IE + FF" in mind...which didn't really change that much in the grand scheme of things.
But now perhaps sites will, to a greater degree, simply target standards... (just look at the link above to see why that's great news for you)
No news to me, but thanks again.
BTW, regarding safety of Opera - considering that it's big in post Soviet Block areas (typically #2 browser; in places #1, ahead of IE already)...maybe they just don't want to eat their turd?
I frankly can't figure out an answer to that.
I've looked at the listing, and it's right! -- Joel Halpern