This! Nintendo's first party content is their largest untapped source of revenue because for some reason they keep trying to use it to push a new system. This is the problem with making a profit on console hardware: no extra incentive to develop games people want. Where was the follow-up to Super Mario Bros Wii or Mario Kart Wii? You have a huge market of Gen X'ers and Millenials with money burning holes in their pockets to relive the video game nostalgia of their youth. I likely would have bought every Mario sequel at $50-60 a pop. (What were the top 3 grossing NES games? Super Mario 1,2, and 3 of course... history says do this!) Heck, they could probably release them now and still make a killing. But asking us casual gamers to lay out $350 for a new system just to play the next Mario installment.... no thank you. Maybe when the WiiU drops to $99 in the bargain bin I'll take another look, but by then they'll have moved on. The marketshare of the Wii was amazing, and sure they made a lot of money, but not nearly what they could have with more first party sequels for their best selling system!