The Wii is already dead. The next step in it's "deadness" will be when Nintendo stops repair them and selling replacement parts. But I (and I think most of the market) considers a console dead when new, big, exciting games are no longer being made for it. Nintendo themselves haven't really made anything new for the Wii for a year (granted NoA got around to localizing some things later this past year).
#4FeiBenaresPosted 1/9/2013 5:42:10 PM
Wait for EA. It might release Madden or FIFA game for Wii. --- The Battle Dragon And New York City Pokemon Master Fanboy - http://tinyurl.com/ar7gbuu, Fanboy Wars- http://tinyurl.com/au4nbkh
#5DavCubePosted 1/9/2013 6:49:07 PM
That essentially is "dead." It gurgled its death knell with its simultaneous release of Epic Mickey 2. --- http://backloggery.com/davcube
#6mothballsPosted 1/10/2013 6:22:50 PM
what about the wii mini? --- We are losing money not because of pirates; we are losing money because people decided not to buy our game. -CD Projekt dev
#7Fat_Dog_MendozaPosted 1/11/2013 8:19:23 AM
From: mothballs | #006
what about the wii mini?
Canada only. Even if it does well, it will only be well by Canadian standards. They've only got 35 million or so people, the Mini isn't going to be enough to inspire any new games.