Five things Nintendo must do to win E3
Nintendo has a lot of skepticism to overcome if they hope to win back the hearts of gamers at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. From negative rumors citing the Wii U's lackluster tech to a rather thin lineup of exciting titles for the 3DS, there are still a lot of unknowns that could swing either way for the company. Needless to say, E3 2012 is going to be a clear indicator on where Nintendo's future is headed, and we here at GameZone would like to share with you some of the ways we think Nintendo can ensure a successful showing.
1) Rename the Wii U
This point is likely quite controversial, especially now that gamers are beginning to grow accustomed to the console's name. However, there is still a huge chunk of the market that hasn't even heard of the console yet and is bound to be confused by its labeling, mostly due to the fact that it is so similar to the Wii. I understand that Nintendo wants to capitalize on the recognizability of the Wii branding, but something that implies it is a successor would be far less confusing; heck, calling it the Wii 2 would be more effective.