Edge:Wii shouldn’t have worked. Its name, its controller, its outdated innards, a launch line-up without Mario. It was, of course, a sensation for the very same reasons. For a few golden years following its launch in 2006, Nintendo was single-handedly responsible for the game industry’s spectacular growth. Xbox 360 and PS3 preached to the converted; they were more of the same, just bigger, more powerful and more connected. In 2013, as we sit on the verge of a new generation, that sounds awfully familiar.