As much as I enjoyed my Wii U (until it died this spring), it just wasn't as great as it was hyped to be. Games didn't make use of the second screen, stuff like the TV feature were barely used and then taken away completely, and third party support was dead. Even the Virtual Console, an easy money maker if there ever is one, started sooooooooo slowly.
This looks like it is going to be what we all wanted to begin with, but with being playable not only on the toilet but across town. Skyrim, a new Mario, NBA returning... it looks good. I hope they can keep third party support and that the third parties actually put full versions of their games on the system instead of limited versions that don't sell, which they then blame on Nintendo instead of their half-assed game.
I'm hyped. I'm ready. I hope Nintendo has learned from all of the U's mistakes and knock it out of the park this time.
I recently bought a used copy of Red Alert 2. Since it got good reviews from IGN, I figured it'd be worth picking up. The CD's are in great shape for a used game, as is the CD case (which is a sleek DVD-Style case too!) So, I tried to install it...