Sony and Microsoft's gaming divisions are suffering financially, yet Nintendo has $13 billion in net assets, yet they somehow can't develop and sell a real next gen powerful console with a traditional controller? I just don't get it. They have the money, a substantial fanbase, tons of first party IP's and a 30-year legacy in the industry.
In my opinion, they could have made a console exactly like the PS4 (or even better), with their first party games, and could have retained and attracted plenty of third party support. Without the need for going into debt like Sony does.
It's frustrating. Nintendo has the money, resources, experience and talent to make it happen, but instead they are trying too hard to be innovative, and it's NOT working.
Anyone else share my sentiments? I mean, they can and should easily be the top dog, even against the PS4 and Xbox One. They could have had the most superior hardware and the best multiplatform games, without going into debt.