Traded RGH 360 for Wii U. Had dozens of games, alternative dashes, trainers, homebrew, etc. Traded for Wii U. Had every Nintendo home system. N64 was favorite, Ocarina of Time, Goldeneye;-) Had Gameboy. PSX for a while. I figured I could use hacked 360 to get Wii U damn close to launch. Maybe now is the time to get out? Be honest, hardware is sub par, games lacking, sales lagging. No advertising is key. Success is advertised, basic econ fact. Is anyone else tempted to abandon a company that rushed sub par hardware and no push to succeed? Over priced as well. Big middle finger to lifetime Nintendo loyalists? Time to sell while it has some value and some suckers will buy it? Save money for systems that will be supported, have games, be top for hardware this cycle? Not looking for sarcastic responses. I am undecided. Sales low translates to third party not wasting time on it Nintendo needs Zelda and Metroid now. Needs to sell now. Worth it to bet on system on life support over the body builders about to walk into the game? You tell me, tell all of us loyalists Nintendo will survive and why (home systems). Worried about sales. Another Sega? Making Mario, Metroid, Zelda, Punch Out for other systems? Those games are why Nintendo sells. Not powerful now, not edge of creativity like Wii was. Wii was lightening in bottle. Nintendo wanted to be first but no games. Not the high rollers;-) Sony and Microsoft will hit with excusives "Better than ever" and their orbis and kinect. Think orbis is Sony' copy of Wii. Wii U should be higher power so they can get the Cod, BF4, etc. No Zelda, one Mario that is not enough for most, no Metroid. I only bought GC for Metroid games and Zelda. Is it me or has Nintendo always had Zelda on tap early on? If PS4 and MS systems flop; blame tanking economy??? Nintendo dropped ball here. I'd say if no hard hitters to get outstanding Christmas sales then Wii U and Nintendo home systems will RIP.