Why You Should Invest In Nintendo Today

Cody from wrote:

"After Nintendo announced the WiiU shareholders began selling off their shares in Nintendo which has caused the stocks to reach a 5 year low.

“There were high expectations from the new version of the Wii and this fell far short,” Yusuke Tsunoda, an analyst at Tokai Tokyo Securities Co., said by phone today. “People had expected to see something more at a big event like the E3, but there wasn’t really anything more than what’s already reported.”

While I will admit that I was disappointed by the WiiU I have to admit it will appeal to the casual gamers. That’s where a lot of money is at for game developers right now and since Nintendo develops a lot of in house games it would only make sense they would continue to cater to the casual audience."

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insomnium22748d ago

That device is too big. It will be a hard sell for the Japanese consumers atleast. There's a big chance this might even.....dare I say it......flop? *runs and hides*

codyodiodi2747d ago

I doubt it would flop, unless the price is over $350 then it might be priced too high for their target.

dedicatedtogamers2747d ago

No no no no.

If a website is telling you to invest, that means SELL!

Nintendo's stock already dropped when the 3DS came out, and it hasn't gone back up. Now it dropped again when the Wii U was announced.

This will NOT be what "casual" gamers want, because it's just a more expensive Wii HD with a $80+ controller that your 5-year-old son will scratch up in a heartbeat.

Tell me ONE thing about Wii U that says "let's all play together". By design the Wii U says "go ahead and do what you want on the TV while I keep playing a game by myself".