With the release of a third generation Wii
Remote containing features that should've been in the controller the first or second time around, Nintendo
continues a longstanding company tradition that many fans may not associate with the famed developer: Being stubborn.
From gamers to non-gamers, "Nintendo" is a household name across the world. Just about everyone can at least identify Mario if given a picture of a fat dude with a big mustache in red overalls. The venerable brand has a storied history full of wonderful ups and terrible downs. Nintendo has left many a legacy, from the success of portable gaming, popularizing the analog stick and force feedback controllers, and even bringing gaming to a much wider audience.
But Nintendo is very, very stubborn.