Only the problem is, Microsoft and Sony have been supporting third parties so much, that the way the are is working and some companies don't feel the need to jump over. If marketshare can't convince them and there is no enthusiasm, it's Nintendo's fault for not supporting and explain their vision enough. Just like in internal companies, supporting the co-workers and make them feel what the vision exactly stands for, is half the job.
Originally Posted by Flying_Phoenix
I don't think that is really Nintendo's fault. It's up to the third parties to quickly adapt to changes, not Nintendo.However what I do blame Nintendo for is not grasping the third parties immediately or very early in on the Wii's lif
DQX and MH3 are games that should have been announced and released earlier.