schuelma said:To seriously answer the question, I think the only somewhat feasible strategy for 3rd parties oddly enough is to put its biggest IP's on the Wii and treat those games as equal to its HD counterparts as possible.
By and large the best selling 3rd party games are from recognized brands. Activision should have CoD Wii same day with PS360 every single year. Capcom should have RE6 Wii at the same time as PS360. EA should treat Madden Wii more how it treats Tiger instead of changing the formula every single year. SEGA will be committing gaming malpractice if Project Needlemouse isn't on the Wii. And so on.
As for original IP's and spinoffs..don't even bother- that's a graveyard.
But people don't buy the Wii for these big third party titles. They know HD machines are much better machines for these experiences. Wii owners buy the Wii because they want something unique. Third parties should push and spend money on their Wii titles I agree, but these titles should be system seller caliber and that can only be done on Wii by bringing something unique to the table.