Hardcore Gamer: Nintendo is in trouble. Doom and gloom has been forecast for the company since the Wii U’s soft launch, and this past week saw the company report that the Wii U’s sales are dramatically lower than expected. Despite the introduction of a Mario/Luigi bundle, the recent release of Super Mario 3D World, and older highly-revered games like LEGO City Undercover and The Wonderful 101, the system didn’t catch on for holiday sales and is expected to sell 2.8 million for the fiscal year. Worse, 3DS sales aren’t going to be as high as expected either — and portable gaming is the one area Nintendo can always hang its hat on with investors and point to as a success. After many years of its outdated practices, from using relatively ancient hardware for the Wii U to an antiquated online setup, Iwata stated that he was willing to look into new ways for the company to make money.