Wii's Lifecycle in Review

Carl B. of writes, "No matter what Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime may claim, the Wii's last great title has already released; that is, of course, unless gamers are really looking forward to Fortune Street and Mario Party 9, which are essentially the same game. Fils-Aime is, in all likely-hood, blowing smoke when he says that there's still great content to come on Wii. If he's referring to an incredibly unlikely localization of The Last Story and Xenoblade Chronicles in North America, the point still stands as those games have released already in other regions: the Wii's days of producing high quality content are over."

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Moduserous2970d ago

I don't have a Wii anymore - I just have a mound of dust.

RoboSpiff2970d ago

I almost regret owning a Wii. I find nintendos way of doing things Wii related to be most baffling. I was once in the dark and refused to believe, but now I've become bitter with Nintendo.

RoboRyan2970d ago

Great synopsis. I had some good times with Wii, but it's not enough to make me want to rush out and buy Nintendo's next console.

AronDeppert2969d ago

It's always been my belief that I will want a Nintendo console + something else. It is the only way ALL of my gaming needs will get met.