While Nintendo's message is supposedly gameplay over graphics, there are plenty of games on Xbox 360 and (soon) on Ps3 that have both good gameplay and graphics. Why have only one when you can have both? Plus, most games don't have either. With Wii, you not only likely get a game that is gimmicky as hell (so much for good gameplay!), you get awful graphics as well.
So instead you want the same-old-same-old with worse graphics? Because Wii isn't really innovative and it's games aren't really that new. Wow, I'm jumping up and down and acting like Wiimote is a massive cloud of bees that are chasing me! So innovative and new! Why have I been playing with buttons these past 18 years of my life? They're so obsolete!
Most of the noteworthy games on Wii are games we have been playing for 10-20 years, yet no one calls Nintendo on that. It's the same damn thing: Mario is jumping! Mario is in a go kart! Mario is playing tennis! Mario is playing baseball! Mario is fighting other cereal box game characters! Mario is partying! Another Zelda! Another Metroid! Another Wario Ware! Nothing new from Nintendo and yet these are always the most notable games on a Nintendo system. Regurgitated to the ninth degree, and yet Wii doesn't have the awesome 360 third party game support to fall back on. Tsk tsk tsk, but I thought that 360 and ps3 only emphasized graphics over gameplay! They don't have any games at ALL!
People can support Nintendo all they want, I don't care. I bought a Wii day one and the thing sat there mocking me for half a year because it didn't have games, and yet the most notable games on the Wii coming out are the same thing over and over again. I really wish people could see through this driveling facade Nintendo is trying to sell gamers, but it seems the only way you would see through it is if you didn't grow up with Nintendo games in the first place. Me, I grew up on Sega.
To summarize: I just find it funny people always give MS and Sony and all the other developers out there shyt when Nintendo has done it a hell of a lot worse over their 20 + years of being a developer.