In the world of gaming consoles run according to the availability of titles present for it and for title availability, the console needs to depend upon the third party developers. In case of Nintendo this scenario takes place, games make or break the company. Consumers care when extreme titles like Super Mario or the Legend of Zelda are available in the market and in that situation they buy an lot of consoles. When the Wii U launches later this year,it will be fully dependent on games in order to sell make the turnover of its consoles more. However, in the past, the company has relied nearly entirely on first-party titles.
For Nintendo,having a game with third-parties has always been in controversy. For years, third-party developers have criticized the company on everything from its hardware design to its seeming unwillingness to allow other games to shine. In Nintendo land, first-party titles still reign supreme.
Wii U is likely to be get launched later this year and later to be followed by the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 in 2014. Longevity og these consoles will depend upon availability of games and to withstand within the market Nintendo must have a strong relationship with its third party developers.