Those of you who are waiting on Nintendo to give imminent details of the official price and the release date of their upcoming Wii console will find themselves a little disappointed.At today's Nintendo business briefing in Tokyo, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced that the company will unveil the price and release date for the Wii at the very latest by September. As always rumors are circulating around the Internet stating that Nintendo is now looking in launch the console in December, just in peak time for the yearly Christmas rush. If this turns indeed turn out to be true then it appears Nintendo will allow Sony a one month head-start on its Playstation 3 console.
Nintendo must be running on a very confident high seeing as 75% of the industry seems to be buzzing about the Wii and more and more polls are showing an increasing consumer curiosity over the new console. Giving Sony a one month lead would not hurt sales AS LONG AS they have interactive console booths set up in stores the month before (you know, when the PS3 is out).
i think it doesn't matter if it's coming out in december. all the people will still buy it.
Wow , Nintendo has thier sh!^ together. They seem to be on a much more focused and confident course than Sony. Good!
By december..you will not be able to find a ps3 anyway...so the Wii will be fine...