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The only reason this game exists is because Nintendo funded it. Otherwise it would have been dead.

If more people want to play it, then more people need to buy a Wii U. Just like how Nintendo fans need to buy a second system to play a lot of third party games. #1.1
214d ago by Theyellowflash30 | View comment | Well said
The eShop is full of great games. The Wii U lacks 3rd party "AAA" support, but the indie support ON THE ESHOP is very good. And Nintendo has far more AAA games from a first party standpoint than the PS4 and Xbox One.

And sorry, I don't believe you when you say all "that I am thinking about" you have beat.... how about you list the games then. #7.1.2
LOL.... Wii U has tons of Triple A first party support. Try opening your eyes when you go on the eShop. Or maybe you were playing the Ouya #7.1
Same shit, different day #31.1
Weird.... Vita to Wii U? This is clickbait in the finest form.

Why get rid of the Vita? Just buy a $200 Wii U from Nintendo online.

Stop being a cheap ass. You don't need to trade-in one system to get another. Just save up for another couple months. #33
The Wii U doing bad has nothing to do with Sony nor is it the authors obligation to bring up the company's financial situation every time they talk about the Wii U's poor hardware sales. After all last time I checked this is a Wii U article.


This article title is fail, and the article clearly states Nintendo, and the Wii U will be in trouble. YET they don't list actually what Nintendo's actual forecast is. I'm s... #4.1.2
"Nintendo is not in a great place right now. The Wii U is struggling, and even great games such as Mario Kart 8 haven’t been enough to turn the tide. If Super Smash Bros. doesn’t get the job done this holiday season, then Nintendo and the Wii U could be in big trouble."

Forgetting to mention that the Nintendo 3DS is selling quite well and Super Smash Bros for 3DS has sold nearly 2 million units in Japan alone. YOY Wii U sales are actually up and there forecast for thi... #4

You're friend didn't say that. LOL

If they wanted Smash Bros and Wii U for cheap they can buy one from Nintendo for $199.99. #6.1.1
I'll be honest.... I'm waiting for this thing to flop so I can get it really cheap with Freedom Wars... #6
Hmm, that statement is in stark contrast to what David Gibson said at Nintendo's Investor Meeting.

Nintendo is bundling multiple games with the Wii U hardware. I doubt they are losing money on each unit but are deciding to bundle 2 games with the Wii U for a price of $299.99. #3.1.1
Another stupid "save the Wii U" article.

Meanwhile Nintendo already announced back in May the Wii U is no longer being sold at at a loss.

The opening sentence and this article is clickbait. The Title should be "5 Titles that can boost Wii U Sales" #3
I'm pretty sure Microsoft knows they aren't going to any money in Japan.

The Xbox Division has been losing money for years now. If Microsoft didn't have the huge overhead money flowing in, the Xbox brand wouldn't even be here. #3.3.5
Pachter = idiot #23
"You know the goal of a business is MAKING money, right? Nintendo could fund B3 if 2 doesn't make money, but they probably wouldn't."

- Nobody knows the budget of the game. So Nintendo could sell a modest amount and still make a sequel if they want to. Microsoft knows they aren't going to make any money in Japan, yet they still released the system in Japan. #3.3.3
Nintendo can fund a sequel if they want to. Bayonetta 2's budget didn't break the bank.

Platinum Games titles always sell better in North America and Europe.

I remember when people were calling MadWorld a flop because of its Japanese sales.....

then the game went on to sell over 700K in the west. #3.3.1
The Lifetime to date numbers of the Xbox 360 version of Bayonetta 2 are around 89,000K

With two days of sales, Bayonetta 2 has already sold nearly half of the lifetime to date numbers of the Xbox 360 version in Japan.

The game just had double the days to track.

"Historically, Wii U games have not held up in the following weeks on the chart. Hyrule Warriors, TW101, Pikmin 3, WWHD all dropped fast."

That's not... #6.2.1
Clickbait title,

5x worse than Bayonetta 1's launch:

Bayonetta 1 launched on October 29th, 2009 in Japan. (PS3) It sold 135,000 in its first 4 days. Media Create tracked it from October 25 - November 1st.

Bayonetta on Xbox 360 sold around 63,000 in its first week in Japan. Same deal as the PS3. October 29th, 4 days of tracking with the Media Create.

Bayonetta 2 on the Wii U launched on September 20th, that was as Saturday... #6
222d ago by Theyellowflash30 | View comment | Well said
$50 million is not cheap. #1.1.2
Just buy the Super Mario 3D World bundle this holiday. I doubt they are going to do a redesign anytime soon. Nintendo usually doesn't redesign their home consoles.

Or you can buy a Wii U from Nintendo refurbished for $200 if you're looking to save some cash. And these refurbished Wii U's are basically new. Nitnendo has very high standards for refurb products.

232d ago by Theyellowflash30 | View comment
The Wii U version is going to sell huge this holiday season with Amiibo.

This was a great idea to sell this version early on, then get every one hyped for the main course this winter.

Its about making money, not having one platform "sell better" so screw the other one.

3DS and Wii U both need this game. Watch you'll see. The Wii U version is going to do big numbers. It will launch right before Black Friday. #2.1
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