As Sega always brought the best out of Nintendo they learned a lesson when the Game Gear came out chewing through batteries and having only 4 games after two years versus the Monochrome Game Boy with hundreds of games. As the Game Gear ultimately failed and the Game Boy is still a classic today we have a lot to learn from this. That lesson is that Nintendo doesn't need the best graphics but they need to appeal to their fanbase with their less superior technology with top tier assets such as 1st party game library. They feed their millions of fans what they want and it works for them. They learned this after the handheld competition and have followed the playbook ever since.
In business you can follow the same strategy. It doesn't need to be pretty it just needs to work.