In the latest episode of Michael Pachter’s show PachAttack, he explains why some areas in North America have Wii U consoles laying around on shelves, while it’s sold out elsewhere. Michael Pachter also believes that Nintendo hasn’t spent as much money promoting the Wii U as they did in 2006 with the original Wii, in order to better manage the demand vs inventory of the console. He believes that if sales are low, they can easily ramp up the advertising of the console. Check out the full show below:
- Why did Smash Bros get released on 3DS first?
- Win a copy of Bayonetta 2 from Wii U Daily!
- Pre-order Super Smash Bros Wii U at Toys R Us
- New n' Tasty hits development snags on Wii U
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