201yoyogamerSat 11th Jun 2011 Slapshot wrote:@TheGameMonkey28 Welcome to our community!Your absolutely right TheGameMonkey28, the Wii U will very likely impress us all, but the one thing that really interested me with Nintendo at E3 this past year is that they spent so much time with Wii U, and showed way too little and offered hardly any information on the system specs (which in this day and age is becoming a big deal). What I find even more curious is that all of this happened at Nintendo's first E3 showing, post 3DS release. Many think that the 3DS isn't innovative, etc., but I disagree. The 3D effect on the handheld is like injecting pure Nintendo into the games, and somehow doesn't create eye fatigue, headaches, etc. The DS is still a wonderful system with the multiple screens, touchscreen/button layout combos and this upgraded system is fantastic in my opinion. This is what Nintendo should have pushed the most at E3!@skywake Sorry I didn't state that correctly (I was extremely tired, as outside of game journalism I build ships for the US Navy and I work in upwards 110-130+ degree heat all day, and it wears me out immensely during the summer ), but the new HD systems will likely be very expensive and Nintendo's Wii U will most definitely outsell them once again if that is the case, but years after launch they will take-off, just as the 360/PS3 did before it. It cost money to push the technological limits in gaming and I understand that Nintendo is out to innovate, not push technology limits - which is why I love them.Remember, I don't claim winners and losers, my friend. It's just something I don't do. I love them all, but I'm critical to them all too! Remember, you are what makes Nintendo great, just like you are what makes our site(s) great. Without you (readers and gamers), neither Nintendo or NintendoLife would be the success that they are today! Whether your a loyal Nintendo fan who thinks everything they do is superb, or someone who is critical to them, you as a gamer and fan have the right to voice your opinion and discuss it - nice and politely, of course - and you should also know that these forum thread are actually monitored by the gaming industry sometimes. This is where the gamers voices are truly heard! This is why I like Nintendo life. This is a signature.