I wouldn't say that joystiq readers are representative of everyone whom has bought a Wii...Originally Posted by KrisKhaos
Regardless, it's still getting more variety of games than 360 and PS3. Think of their target demographs...
I would like some evidence of that please. We are talking fractional as like 1/3 or less right? Not just "below the 1:1 mark"...Even if you don't believe in such results, you can see it for yourself when you compare the game sales to that of the 360, considering that both systems have sold approximately the same amount of consoles (roughly), the Wii game sales are fractional in comparison. (Not just because of Halo 3.)
I wouldn't say "a lot". I would say "some". Besides, I would say more developers are producing games faster for the Wii than the 360 and PS3 (for obvious reasons). Look at titles such as "Resident Evil 5", "Devil May Cry 4", "Final Fantasy XIII" and "Metal Gear 4". Those seem to coming way after Brawl, despite us seeing evidence of them since E3 last year! In terms of slow progress, The Wii ain't too bad! (Raving Rabbids 2 for flip sake!).There is no doubt there is a large number of killer games on it's way for the Wii, however due to late developer support and slow progress a lot of owners are just getting bored.
As with any major game in the foreseeable future on any console.Regardless if you are open about this boredom or not, with some calling it a "game drought" while others are being more blunt about it, we are all still idling for that next big release.
Galaxy isn't that far away for Europe either. There's tonnes of decent games coming out before the end of the year.Europe finally got Metroid, and Galaxy is just around the corner for the U.S., and there is still several other great games from a wide array of tastes coming this month and well beyond 2008. It's just a matter of sticking it out until we find that title that best suits your agenda.
Good advice. Personally, I don't know how I'm going to cope. I haven't got round to finishing Super Paper Mario yet, I've just started Metroid Prime 3, in two weeks, I'm thinking of buying The Simpsons game, two weeks after that is Galaxy, then a week or two after that is Umbrella Chronicles. Then there's still games like Ghost Squad and Zack and Wiki. And those are just the ones in 2007!Regardless we are all awaiting our own choice in upcoming titles to some degree, even if we don't know what we want. The best advice is to be patient, and find something else to fill your free time until then.