GP Editor, Marshall Henderson writes, "Seems that Nintendo's recent 3DS price cut is a serious reflection of how well the company's doing. That is to say, not well. According to Gamasutra, Nintendo has modified its expected profits to reflect an 81.8% lower value for the current fiscal year. Clearly the announcement of the price drop was evidence of the handheld not doing well, but the proof is in the number pudding. The company had expected 16 million sales for the 3DS by March 2012, while, so far, only 710,000 had sold. Furthermore, the estimated 70 million games sold has only reached a little more than 4.5 million."