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Super Mario's future: As Nintendo shares plummet, what does the future hold?

MSN writes: Nintendo controlled much of the market with the release of the Wii in 2006, selling 100 million consoles before unveiling its successor, the Wii U, in 2011.

The console would eventually be released in late 2012. Following the success of the Wii, Nintendo seemed destined to once again lead from the front for a fractured console market lacking stability.

However, poor marketing and a lack of a clear vision for the console have led to disastrous sales, as Nintendo slashed its annual Wii U sales target by almost 70 per cent, from nine million to two million.

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WrAiTh Sp3cTr31422d ago

This article compared to the other article above it suggests that this article is...late.

wonderfulmonkeyman1422d ago

Sorry to burst your bubble, Bozoloco, but Nintendo's shares have already recovered substantially:

http://n4g.com/news/1442454...

MNGamer-N1421d ago

There certainly is no shortage of armchair financial analysts out there.

Hicken1421d ago

Is that what somebody writing for MSN is considered?

stragomccloud1421d ago

This article is late. Nintendo shares have returned to normal.

Theyellowflash301421d ago

How did this article get approved? Nintendo's stock has already recovered.