Originally Posted by Lynk Former
Meanwhile, Wonderful 101 and Pikmin 3 are both phenomenal games... though, none of the people here seem to play games on Nintendo systems so they may as well not exist and be 100% ignored to have ever existed.
That's a bitter way of putting it, and I do agree to an extent, but realise that family/child-orientated games like them (although they can be appreciated by adults) are pretty much (arguably) an entirely different market. It almost feels like Nintendo has a market, and the rest of gaming has a market. Triple AAA = Microsoft, Sony. Family = Nintendo. That's just how I see it. Unfortunately, and understandably, the bigger market is the Triple AAA one, and therefore the most exploited.
Apologies if this seems to be written incoherently. I just put my thoughts on the subject on text.