they don't realize what nintendo means to people born before call of duty.
I dunno, to me it means that they've been releasing the same games with minor increments for the past 25 years or so, and ever since the N64 they've been behind the technology curve. I enjoyed Nintendo games back in the day, but I could only play the same games so many times.
I'm not defending Call of Duty, I'm not a fan of realistic war shooters and I feel like they and others have saturated that particular market segment.
I was never interested in the GameCube due to its poorer graphics performance and lack of games I wanted to play. Every time I play a game on the Wii I always feel like the Wiimote is very much forced in. I haven't played a huge selection of games, but what I've played hasn't wanted to make me play more.
As far as a Wii HD goes - I see Nintendo not bumping up the performance significantly. Personally it's not something I'm looking forward to.
But since when do sony and ms innovate? I dont want to be buying the same thing with more power.
For me it's up to the developers to innovate with the games. I still think it's gimmicky, but Kinect seems to be more innovative than the Wiimote.