Things still aren’t looking great for Nintendo, despite Iwata optimistically hoping that the company can get back to “Nintendo-like” profits soon. While the company did post an overall profit, a representative for Nintendo has confirmed that the Wii U is still selling at a loss.
This means the price cut that many are desperately hoping for before the holiday season most likely won’t come unless it’s retail-inspired. Price cuts across the UK have lead to consoles being sold for around half of their MSRP, but here in the United States you’re lucky to get a $50 gift card with your purchase.
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