NOTE: everything here is just what if's. They may be untruthful. Take them with a grain of salt, and treat them like the speculation it is!
Something is not sitting right with me. Relating directly with third parties.
We are currently seeing a ... weird trend. Its almost unnatural!
when the wii u was about to release gaming news was very positive to it showing excitement from the journalist themselves. But almost every new site on the same day turned negative on Nintendo. something i have not seen for any console ever.
But it does not stop there, the trend continued with EA, announcing a partnership with Nintendo, but then releasing bad ports and one good one (one that probably cost them too much to give up on). Then soon after turned their backs, and cutting off bigger titles that were already working on the system. It seemed too sudden and too far off launch for them to be angry about origin.
But now we have Ubisoft doing the exact same thing, saying they want it to be successful but the next day saying it is not worth their money or time to make exclusives. And there is the whole, Rayman Legends thing.
It all just seems to fallow too much of a pattern, and then with EA saying they have a partnership with Microsoft just strengthens this idea.
What if Microsoft is causing this, (i honestly also expect some foul play from Sony too, but not as much as i did before) I mean Fifa 13 is a pretty big tell with it using an older engine. What if, Microsoft made partnership with EA after EA partnered with Nintendo... but they made their deal sweeter.
Why is Square suddenly making KH for a system that it will not sell well on? Maybe Microsoft does not see Sony as as big as a threat as Nintendo. Afterall, nintendo did outsell them last gen. Microsoft may be trying to weed them out.