"You’ve got to listen to your consumers. You’ve got to listen to people playing the game. That’s very important. I think I was a little bit surprised [over the Xbox One used games stance], to be honest. Now that we see that coming and we see what people want, just go with it. That’s the way I look at it."
Nintendo's received a short straw lately, as Sony is applauded for its PS4 policies while the Wii U isn't given credit for having the exact same ones. Sadly, the Wii U launched before console DRM was even an issue, and the Wii U is thus left outside looking in. This seems to be par for the course with the Wii U in the months since launch, which is a shame.
It is, however, the risk of launching so early and not becoming a phenomenon. Had the Wii U gained the kind of traction the Wii did, it wouldn't matter that it doesn't feel like it belongs in any generation.
Sadly, however, it did have a slow start, and if it doesn't speed things up soon, it'll continue to be the fifth wheel afterthought it's been in the fallout of E3.
WBIE: We're a believer on Wii U [GI International]
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