That's not really important in this context neither an objective statement (matter of opinion/preferences - unless you're going strictly by review scores). Fact is, the system is lacking several popular 3rd party games, with some publishers omitting the system entirely. Consequently, there's more pressure on Nintendo to provide the games their system is missing on/lacking.pratty wrote:But in comparing EA's software output to Nintendo's in 2013, Nintendo arguably made the better games.outdated_gamer wrote:None of which were released on the Wii U...Matt_B wrote: Speaking of EA, how many games do you think they released last year? I make it just 12
I'm not saying they should do everything themselves, I'm simply looking at things as they are - for Nintendo's own games and a handful of unique 3rd party exclusives, the Wii U is a good system. But for the "heavy hitter" multi-format games of today, it's hardly so.
They also have no answers to popular exclusives on other systems like Halo, Uncharted, TLoU, GT, Forza, Gears, GoW, ect. Again, this is not about what I want, this is about what the mainstream audience wants.