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It's a long-term relationship, so we've been working with them on all the machines they launched, and so from the beginning of the Wii to the Wii U, Switch, we were always there with them, and so we have been working closely while it was going out, when it was more difficult, so we are real partners that are happy to work together, and that helps a lot.
Haha, no. You bailed on the Wii U like everyone else. Once you saw the sales weren't so great Rayman Legends and ZombiU were suddenly no longer exclusives and you even had a fully completed game that you refused to release at all. So, yeah, I guess from a business standpoint it made sense to not waste time and money on Wii U games anymore, but you don't have to lie about it. Don't act like one of those friends that is gonna be there forever but in reality you'll only be there on the times you can get something out of it.