Adrock, I didn't just buy Nintendo products; I ONLY bought Nintendo products. I never owned a Sega, Playstation, Xbox, or anything else until last year when I bought a PS3 only because the Wii was such a huge disappointment. So that means I was loyal to Nintendo through the N64 and Gamecube era and even the first half of the Wii era and I didn't buy the product of competitors even though it had stuff I wanted. When I bought a PS3 last year I didn't see it as me betraying Nintendo, but rather an acknowledgement that Nintendo has betrayed me so it was time for me to move on.
So now thanks to this casual focus this generation they have to win me back with the Wii U, and with the name "Wii U" that already puts them on thin ice as far as I'm concerned. They better not withhold the games I want to play on it like they did on the Wii, otherwise they can count me out. Its going to take something more substantial than Wii U Sports and Wii U Fit and Wii U Music to win me over. If that ends up being all the system is going to have on it then what is the point? It would just gather dust like my Wii is now doing.
I'm not the only gamer who has been severely disappointed in the Wii and felt that it nowhere near matched hype and expectations. Maybe you are satisfied with it, and if so that's great... but not everyone else is.