61skywakeWed 13th Nov 2013 @Sony_70 They could have just as easily killed those projects and not bothered releasing them on the platform. That would be abandoning. Remember Twilight Princess? It was a Gamecube title in development and they held out for the Wii because the Gamecube. If they had no hope for the Wii in 2010 then they could have easily kept Skyward Sword in development for another year or so. That was certainly the speculation at the time. Also yes, third party games on a system with a large marketshare. That's the very definition of a platform that hasn't been completely abandoned yet. It's a good three years after the alleged death of the platform and it's still getting a light trickle of software. Same thing happened with the PS2, Gamecube, SNES, NES. The same didn't happen with the Gamecube and N64. Case and point. NNID: skywake Musics to set the tone: Think, Dance, Relax "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"