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I agree … more, easily accessible content would only make my kids want more not less Nintendo. They (all three) are very happy to play games on our Wii U and generally do together while they play games on mobile alone, but nearby. They seem to get more fun naturally out of the shared experience and Nintendo needs to work a bit more to deliver this consistently — and at a price that parents like me would want to continuously pay. $5 for Rayman Fiesta on Mobile and $60 for the Wii U DLC is a pretty massive disparity for starters … but importantly more easy to download games for their 3DS and easier cheaper, but strong historical (and even new) content on the Wii U could be killer.