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It's not game over for Nintendo, not yet, and not for the reasons in that article. But I do hope they get their comeuppance soon, as they're presently contributing to the very same industry stagnation they sought to end in the 80s. They've sold out, and I want them to burn for it.
If its game over for nintendo its gameover for the whole industry. Everyone had a horrable year compared to past years. Its called the end of infanate growth. But to say a loss in profit means end is stupid... But don't expect a return of the good old days. The ecconomy just wont support it anymore in a postpeak world.
As good as the Wii sold in its early years, it now sells just as bad... that's how I look at it. And it's not just the outdated graphics (which allowed it to get said good sales in the beginning)... there just aren't "the" big games available on Wii. Some are.
Is it over for Nintendo? Surely not, if Sony is also still alive (after doom and gloom on PS3 release year). Or Microsoft after the original Xbox.
No question... don't really care for 3DS sales. My point was... "they" always call doom and gloom, no matter how small the problem is.
Kept you waiting
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