1brandonbwiiMon 7th Sep 2009 I never understood this casual and hardcore thing, especially with the Nintendo audience. Hardcore seems to be a really lazy way to mention the games you really want to play.How about, if you'd want to debate things instead of saying "Nintendo's forgotten the hardcore", why can't you say "Nintendo's forgotten their legacy?" That would clearly reference how they don't focus on things like Virtual Console as well as their huge marketing of the "Wii" brand.Instead of saying "I want a new core IP," why not say "I want Nintendo to create an IP that's a bit more epic in scope, something akin to the games they did in pass generations?"C'mon people, if you want to be respected, show the industry what you REALLY mean instead of using casual/hardcore. That could mean anything and we suffer while publishers try to figure it out. Abandon hope all ye who enter here.