Submitted by Valay 802d ago | news

Iwata doesn’t see any drastic change with China’s game console ban

NE: "A report surfaced from China Daily last month suggesting that China could finally be ending its 12-year ban on game consoles." (3DS, Industry, Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, Wii U)

MultiConsoleGamer  +   802d ago
I said this in another topic...

While a high standard of living exists in westernized cities like Hong Kong, the rest of China is dirt poor.
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   802d ago
I heard that it is slowly getting better but the word is "slowly"-

So, population does not necessarily equate more sales.

Still, Hong Kong and other cities have huge populations... and that is more sales (anyway you look at it).
jacksheen0000  +   802d ago
Iwata doesn’t see any drastic change with China’s game console ban.

Thats because all they have to do is make a knockoff version of every console out there and then sale it on the market for dirt cheap.
CaptainN  +   802d ago
Basically, he doesnt see China opening its arms to videogames anytime soon...but if they do, Nintendo will be ready to get involved!

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