A question a lot of gamers ask themselves 'Is Nintendo Doomed?'. Gaming Boulevard tries to find the right balance in finding the answer to this tricky question.
Really worried about Nintendo. The Wii U is a bust, and I guess they are making a new console but it seems they have really fallen behind their competitors, It's about XBOX One and PS4, and Nintendo is like way off somewhere else. I always thought the Wii was a fad. I hated the direction they took gaming into last gen, it wasn't real gaming, and now the fad is over and this is what happens.
That show was really underwhelming compared to other big shows at E3. I wouldn't say Nintendo is doomed but is the Wii U doomed? I feel like they didn't announce anything huge because there next console is probably on the way and will be probably be announced next year.
3DS + Pokemon = $
Wii U + a new Pokémon Stadium = $$$$ But Nintendo seems to be moving towards mobile, so they'll get $ instead of $$$$.
Not yet, but they gotta get their shit together
No. Good lord, people; one bad E3 does not a doomsday make. Yeah, this was a bad E3 for them, but it's not like it negates all the good titles we've known about that are on the way.
Stop this useless articles please...
Nintendo's not doomed, but their presentation was entertaining, but not very filling. that said, the treehouse event is really great.
The last console I'm going to buy from Nintendo is the WiiU. I had enough of seeing how they waste valuable time, making games that were supposed to be on the Wii.U, dumped into the 3DS. So Nintendo can play by themselves with the NX, they had a shot to capture me as a customer with the Wii.U, my first Nintendo console since the N64 and they blew that opportunity. I'm just going to enjoy, what is left with SSB New DLC and Splatoon and then bye bye, I'm not buying anymore full price retail game for the Wii.U.
Doomed from what? They are making money....
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