1squisanMon 27th Mar 2023 Since the eShop is closing tomorrow, I obviously pulled out my 3DS and Wii U to have one last browse before it all shut down, and that led into a rabbit hole of going through all the old music and details of the Wii U (and 3DS). And then I stumbled upon the main theme song for Wii U Chat, and it made me realise something. Wii U Chat, despite being such a small application, used for calling your friends and having fun, has such a great production quality on it's music. The calm background ambience of the Wii U we are all familiar in every Wii U song, paired with fun instruments, what appears to be a sound of a phone ringing in the background at times, and all these other fun details that really tells you that THIS is a Nintendo song. Nintendo put so much effort into this tiny application because they had high hopes that it and the Wii U would be successful, only for it all to backfire, and all the hard work and effort that everybody went through to make the Wii U and all it's tiny little details that are so unnecessary, but they put them in anyway! Some people never have and never will get to hear all of the amazing songs from the Wii U, because they refuse to set a foot near it, they act as if it's the devil of gaming systems, the worst 8th gen console of all time. So, referring to the thread title... do you think, considering the Wii U did so badly and they lost so much money from all the hard effort they put into creating beautiful menu's and songs and everything else, they were scared that the Switch was gonna be the same way? They might've decided to not put as much effort into music or menus or any details, just in case the Switch backfires and they lose more money? ~~ Stay Fresh ~~
Topic: Do you think it's our fault that Nintendo has gone lifeless and bland with the Switch?
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