Nintendo slashes profit outlook following weak system sales

Shawn Knight

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Nintendo has revealed that demand for their aging Wii console and recently-released 3DS portable gaming system has been lower than anticipated. The iconic gaming company managed to move just 1.3 million consoles in the last six months due in part...

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ikesmasher

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I just want an affordable to replace, normal controller for nintendo games....thats compatible with all of them...
 
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So basically Nintendo is only making a few billion instead of mega billions this year, even though you'd expect this to happen right at the end of the wii's life span and right before the release of a new console.

Rather see more stories on how many billion sony is losing a month rather than how many billion Nintendo is making in profit.
 

dawei1993

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So basically Nintendo is only making a few billion instead of mega billions this year, even though you'd expect this to happen right at the end of the wii's life span and right before the release of a new console.

Rather see more stories on how many billion sony is losing a month rather than how many billion Nintendo is making in profit.
Oh how is Sony doing ?? Haven't heard any good news from them lately... Are they dying as well?
 
The new Wii U (the first new console since 2006) will cost at least $250, but its competitor, Air-Play Mirroring, works with your iPad or iPhone. You only need a $40 cable to connect the TV set.