Nintendo's new leaf: Why the stock should not be underestimated
If there's ever been a more interesting time in the video game industry, I don't remember it.
We have Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One engaging in an all-out war for hardcore gamers while simultaneously setting up beachheads to make bigger non-gaming inroads into people's living rooms.
Meanwhile, we have Ouya, which managed to put together a new gaming console through an $8.5 million fundraising round on Kickstarter.
And then there's Nintendo, which was flying high back in 2007 and 2008 before coming back down to Earth as smartphones and tablets disrupted the mobile gaming market and its legendary Wii ran out of steam.