Top 5 Obstacles the Wii-U Must be Able to Overcome

The dawning of the “Next Generation” is right around the corner, and much like last time, it’s all starting with Nintendo. After rolling in the money it’s Wii system printed out for the last few years, Nintendo’s finally ready to bring out a successor and break into the new era of gaming. But they won’t be doing so without fighting an uphill battle. There are a number of hurdles standing in Nintendo’s way that may prove to be difficult to overcome in order to see the Wii-U exceed, or even match, the success of it’s predecessor.

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claud32143d ago

Really, come one its a 50/50 market and if it works it works. If not then it didn't work

JoePrime2143d ago

How is it a 50/50 market?

claud32143d ago

You win or lose in it.

DivineAssault 2143d ago

we shall see how this works out for em.. Good luck! I dont give a damn about the console sales, i want to see what software gets moved..

miyamoto2143d ago (Edited 2143d ago )

According to Nintendo they spent millions of dollars to combat piracy.

Wii Games:
1 Super Mario Galaxy 2 (1,280,000) (May. 2010)
2 Mario Sports Mix (1,090,000) (Feb. 2011)
3 Xenoblade Chronicles (950,000) (Aug. 2011 EU)
4 Lego Pirates of the Caribbean (870,000) (May. 2011)
5 FIFA 12 (860,000) (Sept. 2011)

I just can't justify paying my hard earned $60 for a game millions of gamers around the world plays for free on a PC, 360 or Wii in whatever means necessary.

That just does not make valuable sense to me.

If Wii U locks out piracy even if not totally like on the PS3 then i might consider gaming on it.