So get this: Eurogamer just got word about why Nintendo has been so quiet when it comes to the Wii's successor. The reason? Because they don't want their competitors to steal their ideas. And because this is, apparently, big news, everybody's reportin' on it now.
Only one problem: this ain't news. Why? Because it's common sense.
After having their competitors follow their example by making their own motion control devices, it's no wonder why they've decided to take road of silence with their next system. I mean, wouldn't you do the same if you were them?
Honestly, is it that hard to use a bit of common sense for once?
Oh, and one more thing, Eurogamer: how's about making your articles consist of more than just quotes? In the Nintendo story, only 62 out of 214 words consisted of original content. The rest was just quoted material. Were you guys feeling lazy or something? Or do you all just not care enough to put some actual work into your work?