Originally Posted by H_Prestige
I saw it in this thread earlier today.
I wonder if sony fans were like that back when ps3 was getting its ass mangled.
they were for the most part, but hope continued to exist.
The whole "games on the horizon" is a powerful ray of light that got PS3 supporters (I was one) through those rough times.
I can only tell the Nintendo faithful to try having a similar outlook.
Then again, Sony restructured and busted their ass to claw back into the fight. Nintendo really has to make some big moves/adjustments. Putting all of their faith in millions upon millions of consumers flocking to Wii U just because the Wii was a market phenomenon is the same kind of arrogance that got Sony into trouble when PS3 launched.
Again, the key to Sony surviving was their ability to make the right adjustments to survive. Nintendo has
to do the same thing, because riding the Mario/Zelda/Smash wave alone might not be enough to keep their console afloat this time.