I ended up with Super Mario Galaxy (intending on getting Galaxy 2 sometime in the future), New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Metroid Prime Trilogy (Prime 3 was only on the Wii thus far so it counts), Xenoblade Chronicles (Nintendo published), The Last Story (not actually sure if Nintendo published or not), Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, and Sin and Punishment 2: Star Successor among other 1st party published games.
What a lot of people are missing here is that Nintendo is getting a console that's not quite equivalent to the formerly $500 dollar PS3 (back in 2007 dollars which is worth a lot more than 2012/2013 dollars are) but with another built in gimmick that Sony will inevitably try to copy. With the highest end stuff you'll be going back $525 plus tax and there's almost no real reason why anyone would go for the second tablet right now since I doubt there'll be many games that'll need more than one in the near future. So really, you're looking at a $350 console when you'd much rather have the one that costs $300 plus whatever the move controllers or Kinect will set you back? And you can't even say that the 360 will look better than it without completely talking out of your fat, hairy, swamp ass because you're arguing against a new console against a 7 year old one that shares its best titles with either the PS3 or your laptop.
Also I wouldn't count on an XBox 720 until 2014 at the earliest either. If Microsoft had any plans to replace their current system with a new one right now then we would've been hearing rumors and leaks since this year's E3. There's absolutely no way they're going to surprise anybody with it and they still need time to actually design the thing no matter how quickly and clumsily they can slap one together and express rush it out the door.
As for the PS4? 2016 at the very earliest. Sony's sunk way too much into pushing the PS3 as a 10 year machine and I highly doubt that they're going to suddenly change their tune now, especially in the middle of their stride. The Vita's all we're getting out of them for the next couple of years. What we will see will be Sony's new tablet to combat the WiiU's tablet because they're currently the only ones not pushing for tablet support right now and just like what they did with the Move they're going to hop on this bandwagon too. At the very least whatever they come up with will be guaranteed to be less helplessly pathetic than Microsoft's response of "Please buy from Apple to help us pretend like we're crushing Nintendo with cheap ads, product placement, and Nike shoes because we're too busy flushing our time and money into our Kinect driven toilet bowl to bother doing anything useful or relevant. :saddowns:"