Before any hardcore Nintendo fanboys start to flame me, let me say that I too am a fanboy. Though I tend to enjoy Nintendo more than other game companies, I'm beginning to feel betrayed. Nintendo is like the underdog who got a taste of what it's like to be the cool kid. Always had the potential, but it's talent relied on it being itself. Now that Nintendo is starting to cater to "Non-Gamers", as they call them, they're losing the ones who stuck with them from the beginning, they're stabbing us in the back. Shovelware like minigame compilations are like insults in the face of us loyal fanboys who helped make the Big N what it is. They're losing touch with what the gamers want, and trying to catch the attention of those that don't care. After watching the press conferences at E3 for Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony, I must say that I am ashamed of Nintendo. Releasing hardware that should have been perfected in the first place (ahem, WiiMotionPlus) and bogus "Casual" games like Wii Sports Resort and Wii Fit Plus, it's like they're gasping for air. But that's just it, they aren't. They have been selling more hardware and software than their competitors combined, so why are they so desperate to keep trying to draw new gamers in? As of now, Nintendo has betrayed us, and it's now up to the third party developers to help keep decent games abundant on the Wii. Sadly, these are companies like Sega, who single-handedly killed there best system. Nintendo, do you see the pattern here?