New Wii Party U bundle causes a much needed sales spike in Japan.
Nintendo sold 300,000 Wii U consoles last quarter, fueled by Pikmin 3 and price cuts.
Toys R Us is currently having a big promotion on 3DS and Wii U games, offering buy one get one 40% off.
Software sales have been up for the last 4 months.
Pikmin 3 jumps in at number ten on NPD's August highlights. Things are looking up.
Ubisoft still has hope for the Wii U, and believes it's up to Nintendo's first party games to lead the way.
Iwata believes the price point for the Wii U isn't to blame for poor sales, which is why an official price cut won't happen.
Nintendo is still selling the Wii U at a loss, leaving many in doubt concerning an official price cut.
Nintendo Land for $10, Assassin's Creed 3 for $20, Mass Effect 3 for $18, Black Ops 2 for $20, and more.
Wii U sales see a huge spike in Japan because of Pikmin 3.
Pikmin 3 sells 95,000 units during its first week in Japan, a far cry from the last Pikmin game.
Nintendo president says that first priority is to get the Wii U back on track, then focus on third party games.
The Wii U sells just 40,000 units in April, but things don't look that bad.
The Xbox One reveal has created a massive influx of Wii U sales on Amazon's UK website.
Sales are up 125% in the UK, and up 3x in France thanks to Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
The Wii U sold just 9,500 units last week in Japan, and was outsold by all other consoles with the exception of the Wii...
One retailer says "They've got to do something otherwise it is GameCube all over again"