I actually hope that they do give it another go. But this time, with a more open minded approach. Nintendo has to realize this isn't the 80's and 90's anymore. They can't survive off of those titles forever, I mean they've done alright so far but they need to try some different things. I believe the ONLY reason they even implemented the touchpad in the controller, was to try and recreate their success with the Wii, and have a unique controller hoping it will appeal to casuals like it did with the Wii. I feel they need to concentrate on getting third party support for sure. Not be so prideful, I love Nintendo, the first system I ever played on was the original NES. I don't currently own a Wii-U, and didn't own a Wii last generation. Nor have I really been following the Wii U news. Besides third party support, and that ugly controller, what else is wrong with the Wii-U? I'm not sure if this is right, but maybe the U stands for universal? Since you can play it on your TV or your controller, other than that I haven't got a clue! LOL hopefully they'll learn from their mistakes. Third party support would at least be able to hold people over, until the exclusives start coming out. Which would leave consumers happier w/their purchase, considering they would actually have games to play. That's the main thing I've heard people are complaining about. The lack of games. I plan on purchasing one later this year, I'm going to be tapping out to my wallet this month. LOL hell, it may even deliver a knock out blow! I pre-ordered both the PS4, and the XB1. With all the bad news that keeps coming out about the XB1, it has me seriously considering selling it on EBAY or something. I believe only 3 or 4 of their launch titles will be native 1080p. These are the titles that the official Xbox magazine used as examples. Kinect Sports Rivals, Need for Speed: Rivals, Fantasia: Music Evolved, Skylanders, NBA 2K14 and Forza Motorsport 5. What's funny is in the title of the article, they warn their readers that there may be comments like damage control, or MS spin. I think only 4 of these titles will be available at launch though. None of them really impress me that they were able to hit 1080p, I seriously have a feeling that Titanfall will even be 720p upscaled. So I'm really nervous about my Xb1 purchase. Should've just gotten the Wii U w/ the PS4 and waited on the reviews of the XB1. I'd be more at ease, and so would my wallet lol.