When I first started writing this article I was wondering what Nintendo was doing wrong, why hadn’t they given the Wii the upgrades it needs? History has shown that Nintendo doesn’t get concerned when the world starts to question their relevance, and wonder if they will be able to compete with the innovations of the competition.
When the PS3 Slim came out in 2009 it boosted having double the storage, free online gaming, and a more affordable price point. Given the technological advances made in the years since the Wii first launched, people have started to wonder, is it time for an upgrade of the Wii? Samantha has had many jobs throughout her life: Cowgirl, hostess, Landlady and Hedgehog Wrangler among others. The Wii was the first system to really have a significant technological edge over its competitors since the release of the first Playstation.
I agree that, in many things, tech and innovation are not the same thing, but I’d say they are when it comes to gaming consoles. Nintendo needs to upgrade if they want to keep making more money, and they’ll have to really change the game AGAIN.
I think the number of soccer moms outnumber the number of hardcore gamers by, oh i don’t know, infinity to one.
The casual gamer that Nintendo won over with the Wii, isn’t the type of customer who will go out and buy every new updated system that comes out like us hardcore gamers will. The Playstation Move controller is better than the Wii’s motion control and the Kinect (if it ever gets any good games) nullifies the thing that makes the Wii so unique and does it with graphics that are thousands of times better. Look at the number of sales for say Call of Duty: Black Ops and you may want to re-assess your statement.

This is missing a large piece of the puzzle – Developers not wanting to develop games on their platform. The Wii being so far behind in graphics from the real current gen consoles means developers can’t port games over without significant reworking, so it is skipped or setup as a separate less important version.
They have enough core title to keep loyal fans interested and with the wii they proved that gaming didn’t have to be a 1 to 2 person activity. With sales steadily declining, and Kinect grabbing lots of attention, how could they expect to stay on top with a console that doesn’t even have HD?
And they have good reason not to be, because they always have something else up their sleeve, something unexpected. After all it isn’t available in HD, doesn’t play DVDs, and hasn’t had any significant development since its launch.
Nintendo hasn’t forgotten about you, they’re just focusing on making sure their next hardware launch blows your mind just as much as the Wii did four years ago. The N64 may have had games that used the controller in unique ways, but that still didn’t save it from being thoroughly outsold in the marketplace. Dice Masters has had huge initial success, is a very exciting platform and should fit perfectly with the world and lore of Dungeons & Dragons. And so I started looking deeper, and after some research I came to a somewhat startling realization.
While the competition focuses on making somewhat trivial, and design heavy improvements to hardware they already produce, Nintendo is always working on The Next Big Thing. The truth is that in comparison to what the competition offers as far as storage, graphics, and range of use, the Wii does need an upgrade.

So who’s going to rush out to buy the new system that doesn’t have any games they want?
You can expect to see some of the most recognizable monsters and characters, such as Kobolds, Beholders, Mindflayers, Dragons, Drow, and many more!” said Justin Ziran, president of WizKids Games. Now think about when the latest version of the Xbox 360 was launched in 2010, anything significantly new there? To be fair, Nintendo’s not known so much for its innovation, but for its universality of audience. The wii had innovative hardware, but when it comes to software, Nintendo seems incapable of anything but repetition. Part of Nintendo’s business strategy is that they don’t get bogged down with small technical upgrades. Products will include Starter Sets, Booster Packs, Play Mats, and a Storage Box to keep your Dungeons & Dragons Dice Masters collection in!
By not getting lost in the smaller details that primarily appeal to technology savvy gamers, they allow themselves to focus on creating a device that will open the door to a whole new market of customers.

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