NintendoDude Writes: It has been over four months since the launch of the Wii U. As usual, many “game journalists” are calling for the end of Nintendo. Investors are suggesting that Nintendo call it quits on the console front, instead saying that they should focus on mobile games and possibly becoming a third-party publisher for other consoles.
First off, those people are making misplaced assumptions. People have been spouting doom and gloom for Nintendo since the days of the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo. Second of all, every blunder made by Nintendo with the Wii U launch can be easily fixed. Now I’m not suggesting that the Wii U launch was perfect, but it certainly wasn’t bad enough to spell death for the company, and here are some reasons why the Wii U launch wasn’t/isn’t as bad as you think: