They're going to push it as an "all-in-one" (except for video games) package and remind you that "YOU ARE THE CONTROLLER" with a Kinect 2 either bundled with the console or bundled in a premium package. No thanks.
Sony's done for if they repeat what they did with the PS3: "Five hundred ninety-nine US dollars" and subsequent "no gaems". I don't even think they can afford even a small misstep. I say this because Sony, as a whole, ain't doin' too hot right now. At all.
Nintendo should hope that they get decent third party support and stop releasing "New Super Mario Bros." rehashes. If I hear another "BAH BAH" I swear I'll rant about it in a forum post no one will read. Don't make me do it.
Nintendo's in a pretty interesting predicament, though. They've sort of kind of started the next generation of gaming; with a new console(s) hitting next year - specifications leaps and bounds ahead of WiiU's - they'll need to rely on the age old quote, "Gameplay is more important than graphics". And even then, these consoles will obviously have vastly superior innards, so graphics aren't the only concern. I worry that games will once again be scaled down to be played on a WiiU like what was done with the Wii.
I understand the sacrifice in fidelity and other such things Nintendo had to take with the WiiU. If they had gone all the way, it wouldn't be affordable.