Originally Posted by abfackeln
I doubt that the Wii U will have the same appeal to the casual audience as the original did. The casual market moved on to playing games on tablet and phones. The fact that Kinect (and Move) didn't blow-up like the Wii is a sign that no one really cares about motion controls.
The next year or two will be Nintendo's true test if they can stay in the console business. I think consoles as we know it will change (or go away) anyways after the next-gen.
Agree. The whole motion thing is a bust (though it was actually good for Tiger Woods!) and it's difficult for me to see Nintendo surviving in this space on the strength of their own games. Still, I hope they make some smart moves to help them get through it.