September 3, 2013

More on Nintendo

Most of this whole discussion is based on the expectation that Nintendo will continue (and must continue) being as dominant as they were during the Wii/DS years. But these years were a fluke. Nintendo never did that well before, and possibly won’t do that well again. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to.

-ignore the code: More Nintendo

I can’t guarantee that this will be the last post on the Nintendo topic, but you have to admit there is a diverse and unyielding conversation going on. I’m going to continue to watch and you can get the full scope of my coverage here.

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