There’s no hiding from the fact that Nintendo has suffered some rocky times over the last couple of years. The Wii U is shaping up to be the company’s biggest console flop to date (excluding the odd and not widely available Virtual Boy) and its more recent financial results have made for uneasy reading, even for die-hard fans.
Not all is lost, however.
Although the Wii U has failed to shift in significant numbers, it has still been home to some incredible games over its three-and-a-half year lifespan. And that gives hope that Nintendo still knows how to cut it in the home. That particular machine might have failed to ignite mass consumer interest, but its licences and games are still as popular as ever.
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