Can’t deny the facts.
A ton of Activision’s games are coming to the Wii U, and even more came before those. That’s for a reason, Activision Publishing chief executive Eric Hirshberg pointed out in an interview with CVG, declaring confidence in the struggling console.
“[Nintendo is] obviously having a rough go with the Wii U launch thus far. But if we can add to the appeal of the platform then we absolutely will.”
Hirshberg wants all games to succeed, as this would encourage more people to play more games, leading to a much healthier industry. However, his last words are the highlight.
“Nintendo has been a great partner for us. It has some of the best game-makers in the world, and I wouldn’t count them out.”
Our take: “It has some of the best game-makers in the world, and I wouldn’t count them out.”