GameStooge.com writes: "Sega's booth at Comic Con NY 09 was refreshing and welcome to a lot of "hardcore" NIntendo Wii fans who are sick of going to the GameStop counter and having nothing but $30 titles that are either a collection of minigames, hastily put together movie license titles or kiddie versions of major titles - the latest titles, for instance, the choices were Ultimate Shooting Collection, Coraline, SimAnimals, Imagine: Fashion Party, Deal or No Deal, Neighborhood Games and Hotel for Dogs.
The common problem isn't really the licensing - it's the way the titles seem to aim low. They seem like a cheap attempt to cash in on the Wii phenomenon. Take Hotel for Dogs, for instance. The game is a series of unchallenging minigames interspersed with some clips from the banal kids movie. Even as a minigame collection, it fails. Unfortunately, this is the sort of game that populates the Wii. There's nothing wrong with Carnival Games, but when a platform is oversatuated with variations on that theme, one wonders if the marketing teams of certain video game publishers aren't relying too much on the reported demographics of Wii owners. They don't seem to understand while those demographics purchased the Wii, they don't have the interest in buying software like the core Nintendo audience, who are relegated to waiting for the occasional first party release that might cater to them - and Nintendo doesn't understand that doesn't include Wii Music.
From what was seen at Comic Con NY 09, that may change."