The video-game console has fallen to No. 3 from No. 1 in U.S. sales this year, and two game makers say they'll focus on competitors. But the company's U.S. chief insists there's still a significant market.
I thought this type of crap was over, but N4G proves me wrong, yet again.
I'd love it if they really were struggling- might force a price drop and I'm so desperate for a Wii these days- this year has been mad sick for Wii games.
These slants and all always pop up after Nintendo touts positive sales numbers for Wii. Its like the gaming media and industry create the parameters , and sets the dialogue, and once the Wii does the opposite of what 'they' want it to, which is die, they have to find a way to marginalize its success. Its sad, and at this point just pathetic. The Wii's been off the hook as of late, any way. With DKC, and GoldenEye, I'm a happy gamer. So pieces like this really don't mean much to me.
Bullishhh ...... Wii is STILL number 1 and has been killing the competition since new bundles and black friday. Cry me a river xbox fangirls.
...And the LA Times knows a thing or two about struggling for sales!
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