Gamedaily.biz writes: "Nintendo of America's VP of Corporate Affairs, Denise Kaigler, has "set the record straight." She says the idea that software isn't selling on Wii is a false assumption that's been spread around.
For as long as the Wii has been on the market, industry pundits and journalists have pointed to low software tie ratios and sluggish sales of third-party games on the platform. Nintendo is getting increasingly annoyed by this perception, however. With 19 third-party titles that have sold over 400K units in the U.S. and a few that have gone on to be blockbusters, such as Guitar Hero III and Mario & Sonic, Nintendo feels it's about time that people start thinking differently about how games sell on the Wii."