The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was one of the first popular gaming systems to come to life. Then came the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). Another breakthrough in gaming technology, with original games such as Super Mario World and Super Mario Kart. Then the N64 came out in 1996. Mario Kart 64, Pok?©mon Stadium, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask are just some of the awesome games for this console. Then the Gamecube came. Many favorites such as Luigi's Mansion, Pikmin, Pikmin 2, and Super Mario Sunshine filled Gamecube gamers days with fun experiences. But then in 2006, the Wii came out. Really, Nintendo? Wii Sports? It's fun for the first couple of minutes and then it is almost unplayable. Your character consists of four bubbles. One egg for the body, a sphere for the head, and two other spheres for hands. It is fun for little children and casual gamers, but it just isn't up to older Nintendo system standards. Now, the Wii U is coming out in 13 days. Why would they continue with the same system that (in my opinion) ruined their games? I hope that they make the Wii U much better than the Wii ever was, and make it fun for both hardcore and casual gamers.