“Something that is really fresh can make our industry grow. In the past, the formula was to make the computer graphics more gorgeous. It used to fit the taste of the majority of the gaming audience, but it doesn’t work so well in this day and age."He also added that it is not the recession but lack of innovative and great titles that have prevented continued prosperous sales of software in recent years.
“It’s more difficult for us to come up with something new and different. The whole industry has to recognise that. Looking at the product line-up this year, these titles might have been big hits three years ago. But now, they are not selling that much. In other words, people get tired of games more quickly than they did before.”
Take it from the creator of Kirby, this guy’s probably onto something here. That and everyone owns a Wii already (and some have bought a 2nd or even a 2rd one to have in different rooms) and you more than likely have your answer for Nintendo’s declined sales right there so yeah.