Nintendo Blames WiiU For Lack Of New Games.

Nintendo has blamed it’s lack of quality first party games across it’s whole current range on the WiiU. It’s a bit of a lacking excuse, however could it mean we get some great games on the future Nintendo consoles? Read on to see what Satoru Iwata said in Nintendo’s half year Financial Results Briefing and to find the comments section to leave your thoughts and feelings.

“Strong momentum is very important for game platform businesses and a strong software line-up to vitalize a platform is necessary to maintain this momentum,” said Iwata. “In the first half of this year, however, we could not make the continuing sales of the first-party software released last year as we had planned, nor, in the course of preparation of the next platform, could we release new key titles for the existing platform in a timely fashion due to completion delays until the latter half of this year.”

He continued: “After the upcoming November, however, anticipated titles for Nintendo 3DS will be continually released, which we hope will bring a big boost in the year-end sales season. We would like to thereby fulfill our responsibility to ensure bright prospects for this platform toward the next fiscal year and beyond.

With a boost in first party releases for the 3DS, and therefore sales, forcast by Satoru Iwata; could we see Nintendo’s return to form or the 3DS continue to lack appeal to the market? Leave your thoughts at the comment section below.


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