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Dave

Actually it's been a marketing mistake rather than a change is how people play... Just ask Sony .... You still can't find a PS4.
Yes, Mario on iPhone might help, but Nintendo needs to release a game machine called a "Nintendo" and release incredible games every month from the get-go.

Most parents outside Japan assumed the Wii U was just an add on or update...and that giant controller with the screen was a mistake. Look at the PS4 controller.... Almost the same as the first version from the 90s.

Nintendo needs to release a $200 home system called the "Nintendo" and the consumer needs to find the games they want to play the day of launch with new titles comng out monthly.

The days of consumers willing to buy a console and then wait 6 years for Zelda is over.

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