Despite innovations and a massive library of games, Nintendo seems to be going in a downhill direction.
For years, Nintendo has seen declining sales and less overall games than other competitors. In a market where it once held the “family” demographic, Microsoft, Sony and Steam have taken over little by little. And it's clear: Nintendo is not going through a revival, but following Atari and Sega's path on the way to disintegrating out of the console market. But why?