Really? If you've replied to every single post on here trying to defend Nintendo for their failure, that's illogical to me. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting to get different results.
Face it. Nintendo is not doing well. The Wii U is posting numbers worse than the GameCube. Gamer criticisms are justified.
The Wii U is a very small install base, even for one that has been out for a full year. Even if every Wii U owner bought a copy of B:AO, it would barely recoup the costs of developing and porting the game to the system. Unfortunately I bought this version of the game since I was uninterested in the multiplayer and to save $10, but lesson learned: I will be buying third party games on other consoles. While I'm more than disappointed that the DLC I was looking forward to isn't coming out, the blame ultimately rests on Nintendo, not Warner Bros., for the lack of demand.
@justinka777 @sirapathetic01 Titanfall would probably be a start. People that have played FPS games for a while would probably fall right into Destiny, but for those of us that got into the FPS scene pretty late, Titanfall provides an opportunity for those people to get good at something that nobody has really mastered yet (mechs).