In order to compete with next-gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo will slash the Wii U price by $50.
One of the pioneers of video games says that he's baffled by the Wii U and thinks it might be the last Nintendo console.
Nintendo expects to sell 5.5 million Wii U consoles by March 2013, but analyst Michael Pachter believes this is unrealistic.
For the first time in history, Nintendo will be selling a home console at a loss
Analyst Michael Pachter believes Nintendo will manufacture 3.6 million Wii Us in 2012, and up to 1.5 million will go to the US.
Just like the original Wii and the 3DS, the Wii U console will be region locked, Nintendo has confirmed.
Despite selling out all over, business analysts are still not impressed with the Wii U.
He believes Nintendo will limit Wii U manufacturing to 12 to 15 million units in the first year.
The stupidity continues. This time, UK tabloid The Sun joins the anti-Wii U bandwagon.
Idiot "columnist" says games shouldn't pre-order the Wii U because the games cost $60.
Wii U will sell 10 million in the first 14 months, which will be half of what the original Wii sold.
Wii U needs to be $300 to be profitable, and $200 in order to sell well to the mainstream crowd, says analyst.
Wii U is a "unique platform" says EA, and they don't intend to simply make ports for the console.
Games analyst believes Nintendo will have a hard time convincing casual gamers to buy into the Wii U.
Nintendo expects to sell 10 million home consoles, 8 million of those being the new Wii U.
Industry veteran says Nintendo will become software-only company in the future, but praises Shigeru Miyamoto.
Nintendo got lucky with the Wii, says Michael Pachter, and that won't happen with the Wii U.