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Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 (Part I)

by T2D Staff on July 13, 2014

Nintendo fans or gamers will know that the Nintendo’s WiiU has not been a big success. It has constantly underperformed in the sales department and the game DLC has already been cancelled.

Yes, it has recently had some good releases; about 2 games have done well on the platform. But sadly that is not nearly enough to keep the dying console platform alive. The way things are progressing, Nintendo might have to discontinue the product before the end of 2016.

One of the main reasons behind this is because Nintendo’s hardware is poor compared to the PS4 or the Xbox One.

Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 Part I Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 (Part I)

Being way behind the curve, the WiiU platform is going to lose its third party support because game publishers are soon going to start making titles for the next gen devices only, and the WiiU being inferior to other next gen devices will not get the support from these publishers.

Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 (Part II)
Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 (Part III)
Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 (Part IV)

For Further Reading:

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  2. Nintendo needs to be more design-aesthetic. Find out why. (Part II)
  3. Nintendo needs to be more design-aesthetic. Find out why. (Part III)
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  7. Nintendo re-confirms at E3 the Wii U shipping this holiday

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