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Nintendo denies Wii U production lag after 'factory fire'

Analyst claims one million units will be affected; Nintendo says shipping targets will be met

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Anon19741774d ago ShowReplies(2)
miyamoto1774d ago (Edited 1774d ago )

I think that is One Mirrion Twoops!

XD

ChickeyCantor1774d ago

To this day, I still haven't seen the full video. I just can't. It's too awkward.

ronin4life1774d ago (Edited 1774d ago )

"denies" Implies they are most definetly lying...
But if we look at the track records of understanding Nintendo between 1)Analysts and 2) Nintendo, we would see Analysts wrong a gazillion times and Nintendo wrong... maybe half a dozen? Probably less, actually.

So, since we can't know ourselves and have to trust someone else, I would sooner trust Nintendo themselves on something like this than any analyst...

Of course, the truth is probably somewhere inbetween...^.^;;

Shok1774d ago

Usually when something is true, Nintendo comments, "We do not comment on rumor and speculation."

360ICE1774d ago (Edited 1774d ago )

Well, if it was going to affect the Wii U launch I'd never have burnt it down in the first place.

Ron Paul revolution!

neogeo1774d ago

GO RONNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

ylwzx31774d ago

This is part of the conspiracy to make you think there is a shortage when its released when there really isn't to boost hype.

Benjamminkno1774d ago

Ok, you know how much the Gamecube flopped. So there was no reason to think Nintendo could anticipate Wii's popularity. If they manipulate production, they lose money. Analysts have said this consistently, you're no analyst, you're a whining conspirator.

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