What could Nintendo (or anyone) gain out of having the Wii U fail?

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therickmu25
4 years ago#11
I don't have the WiiU and still uncertain if ill ever get one but I don't want to see it do poorly either. I just want them to be more open on their 1st party games and when they 'might' release the damn things.
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fhsfootball74
4 years ago#12
therickmu25 posted...
I don't have the WiiU and still uncertain if ill ever get one but I don't want to see it do poorly either. I just want them to be more open on their 1st party games and when they 'might' release the damn things.


Thats what Nintendo direct and E3 will be for. We just have to be patient. The system is barely two months old.
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