Here’s a look at Japanese software and hardware sales numbers for the final week of 2013.
German retailer Media Marks appears to be clearing out inventory in Belgium with huge discounts.
Game analyst Michael Pachter thinks Wii U sales will stay under 20 million by 2016 – about half of PS4 sales.
Sales in Japan for the Wii U continue to rise week over week, with the largest jump we’ve seen yet.
Wii U sales have reached 4.3 million, according to a new report — still a far cry from Nintendo’s own estimates.
The Wii U is said to have sold 230k units in November, a substantial rise over previous months.
Wedbush Securities Analyst projects a 65% year-over-year drop in Wii U console sales.
Sales of Wii U games in the UK have reached only 650k units over the last 12 months.
A new analyst report being published soon lowers the expected lifetime sales of Wii U down to just 25 million.
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.