While several gamers say the Wii sky is falling, Games Radar was busy graphing the console's monthly release schedule as compared to the GameCube and N64 before it. While the graph doesn't chart game quality, it does show a healthier number of releases for Wii in the earlier months when compared with its predecessors. Optimism aside, however, Games Radar still predicts we'll be hardcore parched during the summer: "Wii might not be suffering a severe shortage by Nintendo's previous poor standards, but without the thrills of Mario Galaxy
or Metroid Prime 3
to keep the momentum going, a summer videogame drought for Wii is almost certainly in the cards."