It's amazing how well the Wii 1 has done for itself considering the shoddy library of games, really. Even the PS3 has more decent ones, and everybody slags off it's quantity... I mean, don't get me wrong; No More Heroes was fantastic, one of my favorate games of the current generation, but it's a not far off a lone goose... Getting news that they are ditching the system already does nothing to build my confidence in the company.
Is somebody saying Microsoft are the good guys? It's more likely that you think. :p
Anyway. I'm mostly looking forward to more news concerning NMH3, Armored Core 5, Mass Effect 3, and Doom 4... Finding out what the hell happened to that Mechwarrior reboot would be nice, too. >_>
I know, I can't wait D:
I wanna see some Zelda!
We're moving through consoles too quickly. If you look at the hardware gap between Ps1 and PS2, that was truly a difference worth a generation. Between Ps2 and Ps3 was notable, but hardly worth a 600 dollar brand new console, considering what Shadow of the Colossus managed to do with the PS2 hardware. It almost looks like a Ps3 game. And it's not like games are getting any better, just prettier. Most of the bulk in terms of size goes into graphics, whereas that space could be used to integrate a lot of gameplay features that were not possible to integrate successfully on a less memory-capable system (like how FF7 could've been 1 disc instead of 3, had it come out on the PS2).
I want a release date for paper mario 3D and news on From Dust, REALLY badly.
The gap thing may be true, but look at the Gap between the N64, the Gamecube, and the Wii. I'm sure Project Cafe will be very interesting and different.
On a lighter note, I AM excited to see where the new Nintendo console goes, since I feel like the Wii was a waste of potential even though I enjoyed many of the games it offered. I get the impression Nintendo realized they can't continue the casual trend; Wii got the casuals looking, now they will attempt to win back the hardcore crowd.