On Handheld devices:No wonder they can't sell these things to save their lives... when they charge $5 for an ancient low-res "hit", and iTunes charges 99 cents for Angry Birds and dozens of other modern home runs.http://www.investorplace.com/2011/08/apple-nintendo-video-ga...On console devices:Nintendo's problem here is in it's old and tired gaming strategy. A few years back, they swept the market with interactive gaming ideas when the competition was all about 1-player shoot-em-ups. But the market has passed over Nintendo, with much more sophisticated multi-player game play here (and just over the horizon). So let's hope that Nintendo has better plans for it's next-gen console games than simply yet another game controller. http://www.cnn.com/2011/TECH/gaming.gadgets/08/17/finishing....So now Nintendo will have a new console that will be what... finally 1080P ? Welcome to average-land. Oh yeah... a wannabe almost iPad ? Good luck with that. In the meanwhile, if there is a market for a console+iPad... Apple is ready and waiting.Own an iPad, iPod-Touch or iPhone ? Just add a $99 Apple TV and (soon) your good to go.http://www.tgdaily.com/games-and-entertainment-features/5647...http://www.engadget.com/2011/02/09/apple-tv-gaming-hinted-st...Back to Words with Friends!
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