Last week reports hit that Nintendo would be wrapping up production on their flagging tablet-based system the Wii U. While those claims were refuted by the company, news released this week revealed that they were in fact true.
While the system’s flaws were well documented – mostly to do with how it was marketed – it’s undeniable that the Wii U was an incredibly unique system, offering a solid (but small) software library. So this week, we ask you:
What could have been done to save the Wii U?
Did third party developers punch out too early? Did it need more big hitters like Bayonetta 2? Would different branding really have helped?
Let us know in the comments below!