Then why didn't the change in protagonists in Yu-Gi-Oh! and Digimon help their ratings? Not to mention the hype towards the return of the old cast from Digimon (one of the users you agree admitted that he never followed Digimon).
How come Serena's fortune didn't come true during her second attempt at the PokeTripolthen just like how Bonnie's fortune came true? It was suppose to foreshadow her second loss, which would've been more stressful for her to the point where she might go bald.
Still, it unintentionally hurt a few feelings here and there. So, apparently you were not happy with the huge focus on younger gamers and you think the next President might even up the score and get more mature-targeted games to come out again, but the risky thing is that most recent mature games on Nintendo consoles didn't sell very well so they often played it safe.
The thing is though is that I wasn't trying to be disrespectful. This post I found, on the other hand, is:
Nintendo and Iwata lost me because they specifically target the younger audience on a consistent basis. I respectfully wish him peace but I am excited to see if Nintendo can get back on track and target all audiences, including more mature gamers. Before Iwata took the reigns, many of the best games on NES and SNES had mature themes.
I feel I've already made a few haters way before this unfortunate event. That's why I don't talk often, fearing that I may offend someone when I wasn't trying to.