Let’s get this out of the way up front. Yes, you never, ever count Nintendo out of the game.
That’s the go-to response for pretty much anyone in this industry when asked if the company will be able to dig itself out of the hole the Wii U has created – and it’s usually a valid one. (Think back to the GameCube days and things were just as dire as they seem today – but it managed to turn things around.)
But as we head into the Wii U’s second holiday season, the pessimism about the system is starting to crest. And despite Nintendo’s push of first party software coming in the next year, there’s nothing to suggest that a turnaround of any sort is imminent.
Read more at GamesIndustry.biz
For the second year in a row, readers of the consumer-watchdog website The Consumerist have named Electronic Arts “the worst company in America,” vilifying the video game publisher more than Bank of America, Comcast and Ticketmaster (which took second, third and fourth places, respectively).
The results of the poll are hardly surprising — even EA predicted it would repeat the dubious honor — but they were certainly conclusive.
Read more at Yahoo! Games