Why did thay stop making super Nintendo games?
Because nobody play them any more
Depending if the Wii U doesn't bring as many people as Nintendo hopes. If a lot of people switch to the Wii U and buy less Wii games, Nintendo will see that and then Start their process on switching to only Wii U games. It all has to do with profit and since Wii U games are in HD then more money is better for the company.
NINTENDO stopped making GameCube games because the Nintendo Wii has a compartment on the top that you can insert GameCube controllers and memory cards inside, so many people sell their GameCubes for the Wii. Also, NINTENDO wants people to switch over to the Wii from GameCube to make money and so they have the next-gen game, so for those reasons, they stopped GameCube game production. They still make memory cards and controllers for the GameCube.
Mario was originally called Jumpman, and was the player character in the arcade game Donkey Kong. Later, Nintendo decided to change his name to Mario ( there are several rumours as to whom mario is named after, including one that says he was named after one of the owners of the pizzeria across the street from Nintendo HQ in the US). His classic outfit was designed less for aesthetics and more for practicality; the first…