Despite high sales numbers for both consoles, Play Station Portable sales have consistently lagged behind those of the Nintendo DS; nevertheless, the Play Station Portable has the distinction of being the best-selling non-Nintendo handheld gaming system.
A crowdfunded console, the Ouya, received .5 million in pre-orders, launching in 2013.
However, those aren't the subject of this trope this trope is about games that take too damn long to load, and do so not just at startup, but the entire time you're playing.
Publishers such as Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Capcom, and Majesco Entertainment continued to release exclusive titles for the console, but the Wii's strongest titles remained within its first-party line-up.
Analysts speculated that this would change in time as the Wii's growing popularity persuaded third-party publishers to focus on it; Goichi Suda, developer of No More Heroes for the Wii, noted that "only Nintendo titles are doing well.
Additionally, the revised version of the NDS, the Nintendo DSi, features two built in cameras, the ability to download games from the DSi store, and a web browser.
The Play Station Portable (PSP) released later the same year on December 12, 2004, followed a different pattern.